Change is good. Everything in the world is constantly evolving, and technology is usually a big part of why it happens. Hundreds of years ago there was resistance from many people to the printing press. They thought that books printed in mass amounts would take away from the individuality of the handwritten book.
Technology is causing some other things that we used to use everyday to become extinct. Many industries that used printing to produce products are now changing to digital versions.
The phone book. Most people now turn to their computers when they need to look up a number. Phone books will soon disappear from our homes completely. With so many resources online and right on our cell phones, there is no reason for companies to invest any money into printing the books any more.
Movie rentals. With movie streaming and home delivery companies like Netflicks, there is no longer any reason to leave your house when you decide you want to watch a movie.
Written checks. With so much banking being done online, there is no longer the need to actually write a check any more. It is also easy to just make automatic payments and not even think about it.
Books. This may be a stretch, but the amount of printed books will definitely decrease. Electronic readers are growing in popularity because of their convenience and portability. Many people no longer buy books new or used.
Fax machines. There are so many other ways to share documents and information now, that there is no longer a need to fax. E-mail, and other paperless technology will replace fax machines completely.