It would, and is, but there comes a point in all creativity when you have to move on.
Millions of people click snapshots in any given hour, and take pleasure in it - and email them instantaneously and indiscriminately across the globe, whether the world is interested or not. Mostly, their friends are delighted - proof of a happy life. Nothing wrong with that.
Fair play to these shooters who usually have no interest in photography as an art form and pay no intrinsic attention outside their own circle. They see a picture of themselves: it's 'nice' or it isn't. Either way, they flood a nearby social network - and add the information that they had a cup of coffee. Hopefully, these snapshots will, in the future, assume a position in a family archive, but I fear mostly they will disappear down a digital black hole.
As for a print, well, no need. In the modern world, an image on the screen is a valediction in itself: 'I was there, this is us enjoying ourselves, I remember my Dad had stuff in the attic... Wow, you must have a fantastic camera. Or even better, a phone'.
It's the modern age. Sadly.