From the Guardian:
Harsh words, but true. True in the sense of a tsunami leaving behind morsels. Morsels to be nourished by us.The tsunami of digital technology has swept away, or is threatening to sweep away, so much that was not that long ago taken for granted: rolls of film, the film camera, dark rooms, processing labs, contact sheets, Polaroids and Kodachrome. As with recorded music and, imminently, printed matter, photography is a world in which all that once was solid is becoming immaterial.
I would sign that quotation. Now beat me up.