I missed this while I was away over the weekend:

WSJ.com – Kodak to Cut 900 More Jobs, Curb Output in U.S., China

Eastman Kodak Co., plagued by falling film sales, plans to close some operations in its headquarters city, Rochester, N.Y., and scale back production at a film plant in China, cutting 900 jobs as part of larger realignment to accommodate digital photography.

The age of film is passing far quicker than I expected. In fact, I think it’s passing more quickly than anyone expected.