http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2012/jan/19/kodak-bankruptcy-digital-photography “Kodak was the first company to create the digital camera, but back then most of its profits came from selling chemicals [used for developing film], and they were afraid to invest because they thought it would eat into the traditional business,” “..his bosses vetoed it over fears of the “cannibalization of film”. “There will be no more ‘Kodak moments’ “…
Monthly Archives: June 2014
It used to be that Kodak help us preserve our “Kodak Moments”. The expense of film and the cost of developing the photos keep the system in check. Now like rabbits with an unlimited food supply and no predators, our moments have multiplied and have become overwhelming. http://www.cnet.com/news/picture-overload-makes-me-want-to-declare-photo-bankruptcy/ Picture overload makes me want to declare ‘photo bankruptcy’ Unable to keep up with all the pictures he takes, Danny Sullivan wonders if it’s time to give up trying to organize them all. http://www.cnet.com/news/is-apples-new-photo-app-the-backup-and-sharing-solution-weve-been-waiting-for/ Will Apple’s Photos app solve ‘photo bankruptcy’? Commentary: Apple’s new app coming for iOS 8 and the Mac looks promising, with cloud backup for all your pictures.