I missed this while I was away over the weekend:
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.
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