Our evolution is heading us towards a very optimized world, where machines take over for people, paper etc. Imagine how many post offices there will be in 5-10 years. We will though still always need food (hopefully) and with increasing demand for local and organic produce (at least in some parts of the world), many primary industries such as farming and fishing. But many still go for large scale fishing for example, causing a lot of niche industries to disappear. The New York Times, a great institution, dug out some fishermen in Maine, in order to bring focus on the fading craft of scallop diving. Hopefully this will learn people that scallops aren’t just like other fish, they don’t come frozen and that you should appreciate every little wobbly piece you eat.