• The Paper of Record makes our existence official: we’re featured, at some length, on the New York Times’s Lens blog.
• Last Sunday’s Washington Post business section features a longish story I wrote about the lessons Eastman Kodak can take from its predecessor in bankruptcy.
• The interview with WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show finally happened, after being deferred a week or so by Hurricane Sandy. You can listen to the results here.
• Another public-radio interview here, with WICN of Worcester, Massachusetts.
•And, finally, the smallest victory of the bunch, but one I love: I spotted the book in the window of the Paul Smith store on Fifth Avenue in New York, where I am a regular shopper. Smith is, fittingly enough, known for his colored stripes—same as a certain photography company. Here’s how INSTANT looked in the window:
Of course I had to shoot it with a Polaroid camera. That’s the Impossible Project’s excellent new PX680CPF film, by the way.
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