BERLIN -- Perhaps the best technology that I have observed in Berlin is the proliferation of shops offering to print from the memory cards you remove from digital cameras. The touchscreen process is fast and inexpensive. I had 103 prints taken from my Fuji S602Z, printed in 9x13cm format, pressed onto CD, and it cost me less than $35. I can recommend Foto Quelle in the middle of Berlin. Their process is less than half the cost of standard 24-hour photo places in Dublin. The prints come on original Fuji paper. The downside is the price point locks you into a two-day turnaround.
Funnily enough, as I printed my images in Berlin, Rafe Needleham was writing about "the death of the photograph."
Picture from third berlin biernalle of Fernando Bryce's The Spanish Revolution.
Rafe Needleham -- "The Death of the Photograph"