There's a whole wave of Gen Yers into the old arts and crafts.
So I asked Willie whether newspapers as "paper" would survive. He said yes, noting that there's a difference reading a screen and paper. Then he told me about the Independent Publishing Resource Center in Portland, where kids can learn typography, the art of setting linotype, the old metal letters placed upside down and backwards in trays before printing. One of Willie's friends, a girl, spent 3 months learning how to set type.
Photo: Kentaro, a New York photographer, in our backyard this summer with his old fashioned camera. He processes the black and white photos in a dark lab.