Uh, goody … I wonder whether others feel the same unexcitement I do. I’m not so sure going with T-Mobile upon entry was very wise. T-Mobile is the smallest of the major wireless carriers and doesn’t have as much coverage as the other carriers. Well, it’ll be nice to have competition to drive touch-phone innovation, but I wonder will this be enough to really challenge Apple. The iPhone is slick looking. The HTC phone shown in this article looks kinda homely.
Here’s an interesting article from CNN on the end of the “Kodakchrome” era. I was under the impression that Kodak had stopped making film some years ago, so it makes me wonder, since they are being secretive about when they run the film, whether Kodak has stopped production and the film that photographers are still buying is the last of a big stock pile from the final run. This article says nothing about people who develop film in their own labs. Anyhow, time passes and technology changes. It’s interesting to hear people talk romantically about film photography. The thing that piqued my interest, though, was the color stability aspect of the film for archiving and for documenting disease and research. Recreating that ability sounds like an opportunity for high-end digital imaging — both image capture and image processing. I imagine things get goofy recreating color and displaying the proper contrast from output device to output device — this includes both electronic displays and printing. And then there’s recreating the lighting … sigh …
It’s day two of cooking for me and feel like I’m back to my old self. I made myself a wonderful bowl of homemade ramen. Check it out.
(The trick is the sweet sake and dab of peanut oil to keep the pot from boiling over — yummy). Continue reading Cookbook Recommendation