It's amazing how often computer technology is invented before the infrastructure is in place the support it.
This is why I think people in copyright arguments online are often so dismissive of the arguments from traditional 'content providers' about drm and suing people for downloading stuff. You ARE going to get fiber to the home eventually. Everyone will have 100 meg connections, and then eventually 1 gig connections and 10 gig connections. You'll eventually be able to download every song ever written in a few minutes and carry it around on a thumb drive.
It's my impression that Kodak have worked quite hard over the years to stay ahead of the curve, and have in many ways lived by the aphorism "The best way to anticipate the future is to invent it". Although Kodak's consumer digital cameras are pretty pedestrian
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