February 29, 2012
Kodak was convinced that their product was so superior to the new digital technology that they would always have a customer base. And while they were busy patting themselves on their back and congratulating themselves for their faithfulness to that which was old, the new passed them by. The core principle hadn’t changed. People still wanted to take pictures, but how they were taking pictures was changing. Digital cameras slowly overtook film technology and the sad part was that Kodak had invented the first digital camera but didn’t see a future for it.
Have a great week and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.