Do you know anyone who still dials "0" to get the operator? Online services have largely made operator assistance obsolete, but some people are still challenged by technology and like the old way of doing things. This rotary phone Siri hack is perfect for them.
To make Apple's Siri technology more friendly for technophobes, hacker Davis Remmel installed parts from a Bluetooth headset inside an old Western Electric 500 rotary dial phone, so it could connect to Siri via his iPhone. Now you can pick up the receiver, dial 1 to make the connection, then dial 0 to actuate Siri.
Maybe for his next trick he can work on a Day Runner that automatically updates your Facebook status.