So here's my question. Does anyone even look at other people's photo albums anymore? WAY more people will have seen my Facebook pictures than will ever see my real photo albums. Do I really need to go through the trouble of creating and buying these albums that no one will ever look at? And if my kids want to look at them, then they can just look on the computer or the iPhone whenever they want.
And yeah, there's the nostalgia of a physical picture to look at, but who really cares? Isn't our culture changing enough that the nostalgia of physical pictures will be reserved for 20th century pictures? Can't I just pass on the files of my years of pictures to my kids? Then they don't even have to wait til I die! Anyone at all can have them - no fighting over them.
So what do you think? (Oh, and scrapbookers, y'all are your own breed, so I already know what you'll say. This is more of a question for non-scrapbookers. )