You know farmerman in a few years/decades we are going to be in the same position as the people in the dark ages before the invention of the printing press.
Any lost of high technology even for a short period cause by say a super volcano would cut us off from a large percent of human knowledge as our electronic devices stop working that are more and more the means of accessing that knowledge.
You can not blame people for switching over as for example my cheap nook now have over 400 hundreds books on it. Love that device but unlike printed books it take a working very high technology to support it. An it get far worst if we go down the road of having such information is the cloud not store in local devices as that mean that anything that would knocked out the internet at once would cause us to be locked out of mankind knowledge.
We have a seed vault that we could fall back on in case of a world wide disaster of whatever nature and we should begin to have printed books libraries vaults set up around the world for similar reasons as the number of hard copy books decline.