Seriously, who the f**k doesn't know about wrenches, binoculars, cameras, microphones, magnifying glasses, handset phones, bookmarks, clipboards, and TVs?
Anybody who lives in the real world, and especially has ever been in an office (include manilla folders here) has seen all of these things still very much in common use.
Every office I've ever been in has handset desk phones, even if they are VOIP, and manilla folders are quite common there, and in the home for those who need to keep paperwork around (any grownup living in this world).
Binoculars - Really?????? Who thinks those aren't used anymore? What do you think is replacing them?
Cameras - Seriously?? Photography is more popular now than ever, with REAL SLRs. Just look around. Envelopes - can't avoid those even if you try; even if you do all your banking and bill-paying online (and some services still aren't there yet) everyone gets greeting cards and junk mail.
Talk to anyone who ever has to fix anything ever about how wrenches are obsolete. Please do so at a construction site or mechanic shop. Watch hilarity ensue.
You could make a point about floppies, carbons, MAYBE blueprints (though I still see those used in Facility departments), but the other items? Whose the clueless hipster douchebag who wrote this drivel?
(I know a guy like that who says watches are obsolete - he just looks at his cell phone. Rather than take my phone out, I simply glance at my wrist, taking a tiny fraction of the time/effort he takes. Yeah, he's smart.)