For fun I drive a 30-year-old car with no air conditioning, no ABS, no power steering, and no electric windows, doors, etc.
I once joking told a very tech-compulsive colleague that I bought it precisely because it doesn't have a computer in it.
I'm not a 19th century peasant laying waste to automated thrashing machines.
I believe technology has its place, but I don't seem to need as much technology as other people. I don't have a microwave (or see the need for one at all), a dishwasher, an MP3 player, a cell phone, the latest computer, a PDA, and a host of other things I'm probably forgetting of at the moment.
On the other hand, washings machines and driers are good things. So are refrigerators and stoves and ovens, but I don't need them to be hooked up to the Internet with bar-code readers and computerized brains that shop for me when my supplies are low or give me menus based on the supplies I have in the 'fridge. That to me is not progress, but dumbing down the human brain and capacity to think and make decisions, and there's already of that kind of stuff around, as far as I'm concerned.
I think e-mail is a wonderful tool, but I like receiving (and sending) hand-written cards and letters. Exchanging ideas on an Internet forum is a nice diversion and sometimes provides a wonderful outlet for things that you would never say to the people in your lives, but it is no substitute for real life encounters.
So I guess that means is let me straddle the Luddite line.