You digiheads want tradition? I got yer tradition right here.
The maker of my favorite inkjet printing paper, Hahnemühle, in Germany (it's in Dassel, which is in North Germany, near Hanover), has been making paper continuously since William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet. The company (which has only been called Hahnemühle since 1886, which was two years before George Eastman marketed "The Kodak" and coined the famous slogan, "You press the button—we do the rest") is celebrating its 425th birthday this year. Not many companies, let along photographic companies, let alone digital photography product manufacturers, can lay claim to such a longstanding heritage.
Happy Birthday, Hahnemühle. Here's to the next four hundred and twenty-five years. Never again should it be said that digital photography has no tradition.