I was reorganizing my office the other day and found my old kneeboard, back when I was a pilot. It’s basically a clipboard you use to write down important stuff like what runway to land on. Here’s a picture: It looks old school compared to touchscreen GPS systems. But then again the plane I was flying, a Piper Cherokee 235, was built in 1966. It had an egg timer that told you when to switch fuel tanks. I had a wonderful French Canadian instructor who would yell out “The Toasts Are Ready!” every time it would ring.