Top Song 50 Years Ago; #13

The next song to hit the top of the charts in 1962 was a very romantic song. Roses are Red (My Love) by Bobby Vinton was originally recorded as an R&B song but he was allowed to record it again with a new arrangement including strings. It was Bobby’s first hit song. The song hit …

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Kodak News; July 2 – 6

History in the making… Last week there were a whole bunch of small companies that had filed petitions against the auction of approx. 1100 Kodak digital patents. Those companies were worried about a lack of protection for their licenses of some of the patents from Kodak. Somehow those companies were placated before a big hearing …

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Happy July 4th – Rev. War Veteran

Happy Independence Day. Related to the US Independence, I would like to tell about one of my ancestor’s that served during the Revolutionary War. His story is common among those that served. He never went very far from home and saw little action. His name is Jacob Wilklow and he was born in 1764 in …

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Kodak News; June 25 – 29

History in the making… Several companies have filed objections to the auction sale of Kodak’s digital patents. The list of companies with objections include: Intel, IBM, Nintendo, Fujifilm, Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions, Truesense Imaging, LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics an a few smaller companies. All of those companies have license agreements with Kodak to …

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