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Kodak Appoints Steve Bellamy President of Motion Picture and Entertainment

"I'm thrilled and relieved that Kodak remains committed to keeping film alive and well,” said J.J. Abrams in a statement. read more

The Only Way to Fly: 1965

My friend's folks stretch out and light up on nice, comfy flight from San Francisco to Hawaii in 1965. Someone borrowed their Kodak Instamatic for this 126 Kodachrome slide. View full size.

Kodak Names Cinematographer-in-Residence at UCLA; Tribeca Shortlist, New SVOD Service Launched

Kodak has named Bradford Young as the 2015 Cinematographer-In-Residence at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. Young, whose credits include Pawn Sacrifice, A Most Violent Year, Selma, and Ain't Them Bodies Saints, is the...Show More Summary

Why the Workplace Must Adapt Now (or Else)

My husband grew up in Rochester, NY, graduating from school in the early 1990s. You may be familiar with the big companies in Rochester-Xerox and Kodak. It seemed that everyone worked at one or the other. The pay was good, the benefits great, and my mother-in-law still talks about how she could set her clock […]

The 4 Biggest Mistakes People Make About Being Happy at Work

Jeff Hayzlett is the former CMO at Kodak and now a bestselling author, TV show host and owner of more than 50 businesses. In this new book, Think Big, Act Bigger: The Rewards of Being Relentless Hayzlett writes about how to fix someShow More Summary

SIM Group To Occupy Eastman Kodak Building In Hollywood

The historic Eastman Kodak building in Hollywood is back in show business. SIM Group has signed a long-term lease for a three-story, free-standing building at the former site of the Eastman Kodak Company, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2012 and subsequently vacated the building that had been its home for nearly a century. Show More Summary

The latest from the Kid Kodak bunker (updated)

UPDATE: The uber-diligent Ashley at the Post is still on the trail of Kid Kodak, here.  Personally, I’ve written to all the party leaders, and the Speaker of the Ontario legislature, to draw to their attention this guy’s insane behaviour. We shall see what happens next. Until then, from the archives: “WK-if your goal is to drive […]

Kodak Pixpro SP1 Action Camera Review: A Great Deal

If you don't want to spend a fortune for the best gear, the Pixpro SP1 strikes the perfect balance, of quality, usability and price.

Train Museum Honors Contributions of Kodak, RG&E

Local industries like Kodak and Rochester Gas & Electric depended on the railroads to serve our communities for generations. To honor those contributions, the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum will host Kodak/RG&E Weekend on Sept. Show More Summary

Kodak Announces PixPro SP360-4K 360-degree Camera

At the moment it is safe to say that GoPro is the defacto action camera that many would choose to take with them on their adventures. This is because the GoPro is small, rugged, and can be used in all sorts of elements. However if there is one thing the GoPro can’t do, it would be to shoot 360-degree videos. Show More Summary

Kodak PixPro SP360-4K 360-degree camera unveiled

Kodak licensee JK Imaging has introduced the PixPro SP360-4K camera, a variation of its PixPro SP360 Action Camera model that includes a 4K resolution option for still images and video. The camera comes with desktop software that transcribes recorded footage into YouTube's 360-degree video format. Read more

Kodak's 360-degree action camera goes 4K

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Another day at IFA 2015, and another 360-degree camera has been given a video resolution bump. Yesterday the Ricoh Theta S made the move to Full HD video recording, today it's the turn of Kodak's spherical-shooting action camera, which has jumped to 4K. Show More Summary

Your Biggest Risk...Is The Hardest One To See

Because it doesn't come from anything you do. It doesn't come from anything which anyone (hackers, terrorists, your competitors, your staff...) does to you. It comes from not doing. Kodak failed because it didn't develop digital photography. Nokia shrank to a shadow of its former self because it didn't develop [...]

Father’s Day Photo Gift Idea

Sponsored by Kodak Alaris and Nuffnang Just in time for Father’s Day, there’s an exciting new KODAK App available called KODAK MOMENTS – that allows you to easily order prints from the photographs taken on your phone, or from the photos stored on your Facebook, Instagram, Flickr or Dropbox accounts, and have them delivered to […]

See This Photographer's Beautiful Series Celebrating Her Kids' Tech-Free Summer

Proving that taking a vacation from your devices is a precious thing. These may seem like your average Kodak moments of kids on a family summer vacation, but one thing is noticeably, and thankfully, missing: any hint of smartphones, computers, or video games. Read Full Story

Wale - Girls On Drugs (Kodak To Graph Remix)

Sounds like: J. Cole, Odesza, Josh Pan Song: Wale - Girls On Drugs (Kodak To Graph Remix) What's so good? Mikey Maleki, professionally known as Kodak To Graph, is one of the fastest rising producers making sound art. His sounds surpass...Show More Summary

In 1975, Kodak Employee Steven Sasson Invented The Digital Camera. His Bosses Made Him Hide It.

2 months agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

Imagine a world where photography is a slow process that is impossible to master without years of study or apprenticeship. Such a world existed in 1973, when Steven Sasson, a young engineer, went to work for Eastman Kodak. Two yearsShow More Summary

This man invented the digital camera in 1975 — and his bosses at Kodak never let it see the light of day

If your employee came to you in 1975 and told you he’d invented the digital camera, what would you do? If you were Kodak, the answer was to effectively shove him in a closet and hope the product never reached the mass market. Steven Sasson went to work for Kodak in 1973, The New York Times reports. Show More Summary

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