Although the digital age is seemingly making analog devices obsolete, a typewriter repair business is thriving. Partly motivated by nostalgia for the beautiful, vintage-style writing devices and partly a rebellion against the alienating aspects of the digital revolution, the resurrection of the analog is welcomed -- especially by baby boomers.
Philly Typewriter is a typewriter repair business that is definitely benefiting from this resurgence in popularity. The company is founded by Bryan Kravitz, who was well into his 60s. Specifying that the business specializes in "manual and electric, old and older," Philly Typewriter becomes a very trusted place for one's vintage possessions.
Aside from typewriter repair, Bryan Kravitz's company also buys and sells the analog writing machines.