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There are stories that cause you to remember that times have changed. And this one from Kodak. The company has announced that it is stopping production of black and white printing paper. Digital cameras and ink jet printers put an end to the business.

Perhaps I'm just being nastalgic, but it is kinda sad. I graduated from the University of Southern California, which is perhaps most famous... well, other than its sports teams, but out side of that, it is probably most famous for its cinema school.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jun 22, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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