Tag: inventor

  • Having Fun with the Lomo LC-Wide

    written by ilkadj on 2012-07-12 in #lifestyle
    Having Fun with the Lomo LC-Wide

    Though it might seem "square" on the outside, the Lomo LC-Wide can be your best friend when taking fun pictures!

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  • Kodak Files for Bankruptcy Protection

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-01-19 in #news
    Kodak Files for Bankruptcy Protection

    Rumors that Kodak is facing bankruptcy have been circulating for the last 3-months. Today it was announced that Kodak has filed for bankruptcy protection. Thinking in terms of the future, their goal now is to sort out their finances and make a comeback. Read on for details...

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  • Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site

    written by dirklancer on 2009-06-25 in #world #locations
    Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site

    I knew who Alexander Graham Bell was - most people know that he invented the telephone - but I had very little knowledge of his work as a prolific scientist, innovator, and engineer, and even more important to him, teacher of the deaf. Now that I have spent some time at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, I wish I would have had the chance to meet this amazing, driven, and compassionate man.

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  • The Godfathers of Film: David Houston

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-05-14 in #lifestyle
    The Godfathers of Film: David Houston

    In this new mini-series called The Godfathers of Film, join us as we trace the origins of the photographic emulsions we have all grown to love shooting with. For the first installment, learn about the important invention that led to the development of a popular film format: roll film.

  • Happy 224th Birthday, Louis Daguerre!

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-18 in #lifestyle
    Happy 224th Birthday, Louis Daguerre!

    Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre would have turned 224 today. Turning photography on its head, Daguerre revolutionized photography with the invention of the process of photography that's appropriately called 'the daguerreotype'.