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skippy the bush kangaroo



Sunday, February 19, 2012

any given sunday

superman vs. the kkk

the pathology of inequality: our national dementia about work and wealth

kodak may not survive but kodakery lives on

escaped emu on the lam in vermont
posted by skippy at 9:51 AM |

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the pathology of inequality: our national dementia about work and wealth

the prove you are not a robot letters to leave a comment are super hard to read!!!
commented by Blogger Fran, 5:33 PM PST  
Thanks for the link, S!

And it worked for me, Fran.

Love you!

S
commented by Blogger Suzan, 9:57 AM PST  
It's a shame about Kodak. Every mobile recording device owes a debt of gratitude to the Kodak Brownie.

Consider that up to the intro of the Brownie camera, photos were staged, stiff and artificial. Only well-experienced photographers could take pictures. With the new camera, for only $1, a person could take it to the beach, a birthday party, or just knocking around the house.

Now, we have cameras in our phones, in our cars, in our doorbells, and in some cases, in our jewelry. When once we had to be spruced up and prettified to get a picture taken, now our photo is taken at any time, in any place from across the room or from outer space.

For good or ill, Kodak put that firmly into our social habits.

Stand still and say 'Cheese!'
commented by Blogger .......Dr. Zhang, 11:52 AM PST  

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