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Kid Kodak open thread

To all long-suffering staff in the office of the “Ombudsman” Kid Kodak Marin: you can post here anonymously. No one will ever know your name, me included.  Comment away on Andre Marin - lots of people at Queen’s Park come on this web site, many times a day. They will read what you write. 

City Ice: 1935

October 17, 1935. San Francisco. "Federal trucks -- City Ice Delivery Co." Neighbors to the "Western Asbestos Magnesia Co." 8x10 Eastman Kodak nitrate negative, originally from the Wyland Stanley collection. View full size.

UniPixel Plunges 16%: Withdraws from Kodak Joint Venture

Touch-sensor technology makerUniPixel(UNXL) this afternoon disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission it ended its joint manufacturing agreement withKodak. Said UniPixel, while it had made progress with the facility,...Show More Summary

Uni-Pixel Plunges 35%: Go-it-Alone Move Not Without Risk, Says Cowen

Shares of touch-sensor technology maker Uni-Pixel (UNXL) are down $2.06, or 35%, at $3.77, adding to last night’s losses, after the company said it terminated a joint venture with Eastman Kodak (EK) that had been the highlight of its fledgling production efforts. The company did, however, reiterate an outlook for $10 million in revenue this [...]

Has Kid Kodak lost his mind?

I deplore Bill Blair’s abuse of civil rights at the G20. I despise his defence of carding of non-whites. I oppose his candidacy as a Liberal.  But I’m, you know, a private citizen. Andre Marin, Ontario’s “Ombudsman,” isn’t. What the Hell is he doing?           

YouTube Adds Search Filter For 360-Degree Videos

In March, YouTube announced support for 360-degree videos shot on cameras like the Kodak SP360 and the Ricoh Theta. Since then, the online video community has heeded YouTube's call for panoramic footage by delivering thousands of videos shot with 360-degree cameras. Show More Summary

Free Download: VSCO Film Pack 00 includes Tri-X and Kodak Gold Film presets

Who doesn't love free stuff? Visual Supply Co has been churning out Photoshop and Lightroom-compatible film presets for some time now. To date, they've released seven different 'Film Packs' each containing presets that mimic both classic and contemporary film stocks. Now, they're offering one for free. Read more

Fire. Marin. Now.

Kid Kodak is out of control. Any MPP who votes to keep him is complicit in this bullshit.  André Marin has claimed $206,821.16 in housing expenses for just a fraction of that time — from Oct. 1, 2010, to March 31, 2014, the last date for which his proactive expense disclosure is available. That’s an […]

Moju Seeks To Be A Smarter Instagram

A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape:  Mok Oh, Co-Founder and CEO, Moju.   From the original days of Kodak cameras to today’s Facebook, people have sought ways to capture the moments that matter in their lives.  “We want to disrupt that by thinking [...]

Michael Massaia’s ‘Signals Crossed’ Photos Reveal Natural Secrets in LED Billboards

If you happen to raise your eyes to the ubiquitous LED billboards in Times Square while you’re trying to push your way past the giant amoeba of tourists, you might see a flashing, building-sized advertisement for Kodak or Pepsi. But there’s more to those corporate images than you think. … Read More

This picture almost got the photographer killed.

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Photographer Atif Saeed took this photo of a lion moments before it leapt at him. A Kodak moment if I've ever seen one. (Atif Saeed via Facebook) There's dedication to your job, and then there's getting face-to-face with a wild lion....Show More Summary

Mad Men Characters Through The Seasons!

Grab yourself a box of Lucky Strikes and a Kodak carousel projector, because it's about to get real nostalgic up in here!! In the coming weeks, we'll be forced to say a long and painful goodbye to Mad Men, a TV show crammed with more sex and fancy suits than Christian Grey would know what to [...]

The Perfect Office - InfiniteUSB, Flic Smart Button, Kodak PixPro and Office Ideas

We've seen some great gadgets and equipment for designers. So many cool stuff, that we could actually assemble infinite perfect office spaces! Every week we'll assemble a perfect office, and we'd like you to help us. What equipment would...Show More Summary

After the Kodak Moment

last monthHumor / odd : mental_floss

What's being made on the Kodak campus these days? Lots of stuff, including jars of pasta sauce.

10 Weekend Reads

Welcome to the weekend. Pour yourself a mug of Guatemalan Antigua Valley coffee, settle in for our long form Saturday morning reads: • At Kodak, Clinging to a Future Beyond Film (NYT) • Stanford’s Most Popular Class Isn’t Computer Science—It’s...Show More Summary

After the Kodak Moment

Kodak has prioritized its patent portfolio and the Eastman Business Park since it declared bankruptcy in 2012. Despite some success, the company might never live up to the legacy of its own past. Related: Article: At Kodak, Clinging to a Future Beyond Film

Watch How Kodak Survives Now That Film Is Dead

The decline of Kodak as a powerhouse of photography is a story oft told. But what does it actually look like in the facilities that once churned out endless rolls of film for the masses? This New York Times video shows what has become of Eastman Kodak’s business, and it might be a bit of a surprise. More »      

20 Stunning Vintage Photographs of Streets of Southern California, USA in the 1920s

1922 view of a Kodak Finishing shop on Vermont Ave. north of Jefferson Blvd. Circa 1927 view of Fifth Street, looking east from Grand Avenue, in downtown Los Angeles. 1927 view of the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, looking northeast. A Santa Fe Railway train crosses Colorado Street in what is now Old Town Pasadena, 1928. Show More Summary

Robert Reich: In Our Horrifying Future, Very Few People Will Have Work or Make Money

Think you're safe because you're a professional? Think again. It’s now possible to sell a new product to hundreds of millions of people without needing many, if any, workers to produce or distribute it. At its prime in 1988, Kodak, the iconic American photography company, had 145,000 employees. Show More Summary

The "iEverything" and the Redistributional Imperative

It's now possible to sell a new product to hundreds of millions of people without needing many, if any, workers to produce or distribute it. At its prime in 1988, Kodak, the iconic American photography company, had 145,000 employees....Show More Summary

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