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Two Sides To Every Story

FRONT: BACK: “BIG fan of your page and thought I’ll take a shot and try to Contribute With Cuteness. The first picture is of my hamster Edgar..just an ordinary Kodak Moment™, or is it? The second picture is of my bunny’s how she usually looks when taking a nap (or just occupying the sofa).” […]

With Carousel, Dropbox Wants To Handle ALL The Photos

Looks like someone’s a Mad Men fan: Just like Don Draper showed Kodak clients his presentation for the Carousel slideshow machine, Dropbox revealed its decidedly digital and cloud-oriented take on photo sharing and organization today,...Show More Summary

Kodak's New Project: Clothes That Won't Get Smelly

Kodak knows silver—the element's use in film made the company one of the top silver consumers worldwide. Kodak is a printing company these days, but it's got a new use for silver: making clothing that doesn't get smelly. Even after it's worn "for days and days and days …...

Kodak Launches A Photo Book App For iPad, Makes Awful “Selfie” Joke

A newly launched photo book application for iPad is bringing a familiar name to mobile photography: Kodak Alaris is debuting “Kodak Moments for iPad,” an app that lets consumers create and order photo books, prints and enlargements using drag-and-drop on iPad. Show More Summary

Kodak Moments HD photo book creator app launches

Nobody captures Kodak moments on film these days; most people don't even use a computer for sharing/interacting with their digital photos for that matter. The Kodak Moments HD app promises to bring photo book creation to the iPad, so you can edit, share, and print directly from your iDevice. The post Kodak Moments HD photo book creator app launches appeared first on AppleTell.

Kodak launches new Moments HD photo printing app for iPad

Adding to the existing version for iPhone, Kodak Alaris – or ‘Kodak’ to you and me – has launched a new incarnation of its Moments app specifically for iPads. But unfortunately, it seems to be a US-only for now. The Kodak Moments HDShow More Summary

Design photobooks from your iPad with ease using Kodak Moments HD

iOS offers a variety of photo printing apps like Free Prints and PostalPix. But until now, none of them bore the illustrious Kodak name. That changes today with the release of Kodak Moments HD for iPad. With Kodak Moments HD, users can easily create high quality photo books and prints using photographs from their iPad or social media sharing sites. Show More Summary

Want your iPad photos made into a printed book in just a few hours? There’s an app for that

Kodak Alaris on Wednesday announced a new iPad app that will let users quickly create and print photo books from their images, offering them a same day in-store pick-up feature that may certainly come in handy on some occasions. Kodak Moments HD is now available as a free download from the App Store for iPads running iOS 7.0.1 or later. Show More Summary

16 best April Fools’ Day jokes of 2014

VH1 launches Feline Fridays, Netflix releases "Sizzling Bacon," and Kodak has a picture drone

Why Idera Pharmaceuticals, Bofi Holdings, and Eastman Kodak Are Today's 3 Best Stocks

The S&P 500 puts an end to its two-day losing skid as Idera Pharmaceuticals, Bofi Holdings, and Eastman Kodak all ran higher by double-digits.

Wonderful Colorama Photographs of the USA

From 1950 until 1990, Kodak’s gigantic Colorama photographs dominated the east wall of Grand Central’s Main Concourse. Using what was then innovative technology to print oversize photos that measured 60 feet in length and nearly 20 feet high, these images portrayed an idealized view of American life. Show More Summary

Standards & Compliance Briefing: Kodak’s ISO 50001, ASHRAE Refrigeration Guide, LEED

Kodak‘s Osterode, Germany manufacturing plant has achieved the ISO 50001 energy management standard, with certification by UL DQS. Kodak recently announced that the plant would be expanding capacity to meet demand for Kodak Sonora Process...Show More Summary

How Kodak Is Recovering From Bankruptcy

Learn how Kodak plans to become a leader in commercial imaging.

Infrared Film Turns The Arctic Hot Pink

The Arctic as you've never seen it before: In psychedelic magentas, blues, and purples, captured with some of the last remaining stock of infrared Kodak Aerochrome film. Many photographers share a fascination with discontinued film stock--shooting on film that's in danger of extinction seems to lend their work a rare, enchanted flavor. Show More Summary

Collaging Art History in the Kitchen

3 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

Suffering from inner ear problems possibly related to the chemicals in the black-and-white photographic process, and urged further by the extinction of Kodak film, Jed Devine has turned to (gasp!) digital, and what's more, to color. He might as well be working in a different medium altogether.

Kodak reborn: A look at JK Imaging's 2014 lineup

Kodak famously failed to adapt to the transition from film to digital photography, and finally stopped making digital cameras in early 2012. Now the famous old brand has been resurrected by JK Imaging Ltd, which is producing cameras in partnership with Asia Optical. Show More Summary

High School Teacher Returns From Spring Break As A Woman

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

High school science teacher Karen Scot has been awarded the Who’s Who in America’s Schools accolade over 10 times. She’s received the Eastman Kodak Award for Excellence in Teaching, and has seen more than 5,000 students pass through her classroom. She was also known as Gary Scone up until this week. The 56-year-old well-respected Yosemite HS teacher […]

Kodak revenue falls 18 percent on lower motion picture film sales

(Reuters) - Eastman Kodak Co, the once mighty photography pioneer that emerged from bankruptcy protection in September, reported an 18 percent fall in quarterly revenue, partly due to a decline in its motion picture film business.

Kodak's new CEO shows the allure of tech-geek execs

With its days of leaving consumers awestruck over photography now faded, Eastman Kodak Co. is looking to become disruptive once again, and for this it has hired as its new chief executive officer Jeff Clarke, who was most recently chairman...Show More Summary

Eastman Kodak names new CEO

Orbitz chairman Jeffrey Clarke to head the troubled photo and film company

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