Paper money... it's pretty cute, right? Like old fashioned pencils and other trinkets we don't really use anymore. Except, of course, we're still printing billions of dollars every year, and it's got to be made somewhere, right? Cnet's just gotten a behind the scenes look at the printing of the next generation $100 bill, and we have to say that what we're seeing is more than a little intriguing -- though it's also rather painful to see this much cash money in one place and know it'll never be ours. Hit up the source for the full story and more delicious photos of currency.