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Yes, and vinyl record albums with their lovely artistic covers will never be replaced by digitally-encoded music embedded on shiny plastic discs, which in turn will never be replaced by digitially-downloaded music, which --of course -- will never be replaced by streaming music, which, IMHO, will never be replaced by...
There are people who still enjoy vinyl records.
The problem with the distribution of digitally downloaded music is the difficulty of finding "CD quality" music rather than MP3. My daughter recently listened to one of my CDs on my stereo system--one of the rare songs from my age that she listens to in MP3 on her earbuds--and was amazed at the difference in clarity: "There's music in there that I never heard before."
Homo sapiens has desired big pictures on her walls for as long as she has had walls. The medium changes--charcoal to tempera to oil to silver halide to digital--but the desire to cover the walls is a 50,000-year-old urge that is not going to go away in our lifetimes.
Let's not be fooled by marketing aimed at youngsters who don't even yet own walls. When I was in my twenties, I wasn't interested in big pictures either--and I was a photographer. My "book" was suffcient. But people get older, get families, get walls, and those same age-old urges that cause early man to paint his walls set in.
I expect that in that "day of glass," there will still be big pictures on the wall. I'm not really concerned if the medium is different.