We had quite a week in the publicity division of Polaroidland: The list of media hits keeps on growing. (Once again: All hail Diane Levinson, admiral-class book publicist.) Quick rundown of the past three days’ clips:
A long, really nicely executed Q&A with me, done by Ira Boudway at Bloomberg Businessweek.
A straight-up review, quite positive, from Fortune.com.
A Q&A focusing on the Steve Jobs–Edwin Land parallel, at Wired.com.
A slideshow at Time.com.
There’s a profile of book and author at the Independent (UK).
A teaser in Popular Photography (review to come in a few days, according to the post).
Cult of Mac has a little to say about the Apple connection.
Petapixel, the photography site, runs with the story of Polaroid v. Kodak, from the Wired story linked above.
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