Still being made and used by historical buffs (I've talked with a guy who was actively making stone tools to show how it was done), and a pair of anthropologists go around demonstrating how stone knives could be very good at taking apart animals that hunters had brought down. All that stuff is still being made and used, if only to show how it was made and used.
Not to mention, some of my better photos have been ones that I hadn't meant to take, or turned out wrong on first look, but a bit of cropping and playing turned it into something I really liked. The only time I actually delete a photo is if it's completely and totally worthless (like a completely blurry picture of my foot, or something, from when I'm walking across a field.)
My netbook may only have 1 GB of RAM, but I watch Youtube, Hulu and Netflix on it in standard definition, no real troubles?
I built a fairly simple computer with a low-wattage Athlon X2 on a Micro-ATX motherboard. I put a fanless Radeon HD 3450 in as well as a BD drive and put OEM Windows 7 Home Premium on it. I control it with a wireless media keyboard w/ trackball