Use the outdated and innovate it. Sometimes sticking to tried and true methods of success beats trying to reinvent the wheel. The vast majority of people are consumed with having the newest and the latest trivial gadget or clothing item. What they fail to realize is that new doesn’t always mean better. Ask any auto mechanic. The first model of any new car always has the most problems with it. It always has bugs with the computer system, the temperature control might be out of whack and the lug nuts might to large for the wheel to lock in place properly. Sometimes taking the old and putting a slight innovation on it to update with the times is more feasible than something to replace the old. The old lasted for centuries because it was practical and not complicated. Many new inventions only have a shelf life for a couple of years because they are poorly engineered and made out of novelty not necessity. In the quest for the almighty dollar, quality is thrown out for cost of production. No one focuses their energy on updating the archaic because they don’t see the value ($) in it. As a king you have to develop “potential vision”. You have to be able to see things that can change the game years ahead of everyone else and execute. When they try to impress with new bells and whistles remember the pterodactyl.