Yes, it’s been argued in academia (cf Walter Ong) that new media is returning us to a culture of “orality” like in Homer’s day, and that the period of “literacy” starting roughly 2,500 years ago is at an end. I think there is some truth in this, although I’d argue that the new period of “configurability” shares traits with both orality and literacy.

Also, per the other comment, 21st C. kids will definitely know how important record stores once were — because they’ll still be reading/watching “High Fidelity.”