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Saturday, 30 June 2007


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Kodak imploded 50 years ago, when it stopped, by and large, being a serious camera developer. I'm thinking Retina.
In both film and cameras, Kodak has been either treading water or ceding ground ever since.

Re: "Draconian Photography Restrictions Proposed in NYC" - the key word seems to be "proposed." The NYT article adds that "...permits would be free..." So it ain't like it's the end of the world for casual pictures in NYC.

Now, having said that, it would appear to me that this is one really awful idea with or without free permits. Give the politicians enough time and they will ban smoking. Whoops, they already did that.

Well, go stand in line, get a permit and shut-up. Or, we could start a movement to have all politicians get a "free" permit from the voters before enacting any new legislation.

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