One Sentence Blog Entry, Part 1: The Future of Yearbooks

These one sentence blog entries will be the par while I am injured:  (Note: Not Necesarily one Sentence):

Question:  My friend mentioned last night that he has searched for his high school yearbook, but can’t find it anywhere.  He graduated in 1998.  His pictures, memories, autographs, ect, are lost.

Is it inevitable that eventually high school year books will soon be online?  Will students still receive the leather bound books?  Will they have to pay more?  Will it become something the parents make their kids buy, like, “Trust me, YOU WANT AN ACTUAL BOOK.  (under breath) Damn kids these days….”

But most importantly: Would this be a good thing, a bad thing, or nothing to worry about either way?  I myself am not sure.

DISCUSSION IS ENCOURAGED.

Greg

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3 thoughts on “One Sentence Blog Entry, Part 1: The Future of Yearbooks

  1. jay says:

    I thought you were going for Blog Africa…this is like Blog Everette at best

  2. grhovane says:

    Dude, I can’t type….and Everett’s spelled wrong.

  3. Kev says:

    back to typing eh? guess i will have to do some reading before i click the KSK link now.

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