Kirk Tuck's post: http://visualsciencelab.blogspot.com.au/ certainly resonates with me and reflects what I've been thinking for a long time. All the young people that I know have little interest in prints and everything is viewed on their iPhones (predominantly) or iPads. I'm seeing the same even with older people, as they get drawn into the 'instant' life, because that's the only way they can communicate with their children, grand children etc. That also makes me wonder about the point of the ever increasing capability and quality of today's cameras, when most/all of the results are displayed and watched on mobile phones or small tablet/computer screens. I'm in that age bracket where prints mean something and I still like to produce prints, which is what is always in the back of my mind when I'm out taking photos, but it does look like a dying interest. One thing I haven't made for many years is a photo album, so maybe I'm halfway in that non-printing camp as well.