Kodak News; Dec. 10 – 14

History in the making… The Bankruptcy Court judge approved the deal to give $830 million in loans to Kodak. Kodak still would have to meet the condition that they sell their digital imaging patent portfolio for at least $500 million in order to get that loan. Kodak is ending a sponsorship at U.S. Disney Parks …

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FamilySearch Family Tree – Still Coming

Over the last few weeks I have been writing about the genealogy database on FamilySearch called Family Tree (FSFT). The FSFT team hasn’t finished everything that they want to do with this complicated on-line system. One main thing that isn’t available is to print out either a family tree or family group sheet. They say …

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Kodak News; Dec. 3 – 8

History in the making… On Wednesday The Wall Street Journal reported that a consortium has made a offer of more than $500 million to buy Kodak’s 1,100+ digital patents. Originally Kodak thought that the patents were worth over $2 billion. But that was over a year ago and they now are facing the reality that …

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Top Song 50 Years Ago; #21

The next song to hit the top of the music charts in 1962 is “Return to Sender” by Elvis. The song was written by Winfield Scott and Otis Blackwell. It was also featured in the Elvis movie Girls! Girls! Girls!  That is the movie in which Elvis is a fishing guide in Hawaii and longs to …

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Kodak News; Nov. 26 – 30

History in the making…. NY Governor Cuomo came to Rochester on Tuesday to visit areas with economic development. One of the place he and his group stopped was at Eastman Business Park (formerly Kodak Park). People at Kodak pointed out that the Park is continuously adding tenants. They also made a point of mentioning that …

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