n. A person whose opposition to technology manifests itself in, among other things, a preference for pencils.
There are still glitches, and still proud e-mail holdouts: pencil-pushing "Leadites" determined to use up that Crane's stationery.
—Susan Yerkes, “Push, drag, click: There's no 'e' lunch,” San Antonio Express-News, May 24, 1998
1996 (earliest)
Yes, there really is a Lead Pencil Club, complete with an anti-electronics-age manifesto and T-shirts. Some members of the new Leadite Movement are more serious than others in their objections to cyberculture.
—Mike Maza, “Help yourself,” The Dallas Morning News, May 19, 1996
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