Monday, January 3, 2011

Kodachrome: the end of the line

I read a lot of articles about the final days of developing Kodachrome film; the last developing lab went out of business at the end of 2010.

The Forward has managed to give this news item a Jewish slant, writing: "This groundbreaking innovation, which forever changed the face of photography, was invented by two Jewish musicians. Kodachrome was created by Leopold Godowsky Jr. and Leopold Mannes (known together within Kodak as “God and Man”) in 1935."

Does every news story have a Jewish slant?

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