Don’t Lose Your Way: A True and Tragic Story

Back in the 1800’s, a photograph required hiring a professional with cumbersome equipment.  But, George Eastman just wanted to take pictures.  That’s him in the photo.  So in 1888, he invented flexible roll film and a camera that came preloaded with that film.  He named his company, Kodak.  Why Kodak?  Apparently George liked the letter … Continue reading Don’t Lose Your Way: A True and Tragic Story

Some People Just Want the Address

In the 110th episode of Seinfeld, entitled “The Understudy”, J. Peterman is sitting in a restaurant with Elaine and asks, “That Shirt.  Where did you get it?” Elaine, not missing a beat, “Oh, this innocent looking shirt has something which isn't innocent at all. Touchability! Heavy, silky Italian cotton, with a fine almost terrycloth like … Continue reading Some People Just Want the Address