(Found via here). Seems students at the University of Virginia won't have a hardcover memento of their college years. The school founded by Thomas Jefferson has become the latest college to decide there's no place for the traditional yearbook in the age of Facebook. See the whole story here.
Now, many might see this as the end of another American tradition. Or the end of print. Well, it maybe. But I find something far worst about this. My worry is all those horror movies that use the yearbooks to show who the baddies are are or who has been killed.