Many of you probably remember the slide shows that were once the latest thing in displaying photographs. Kodak slide color was superb. Does your family still have a Kodak Carousel or other projection machine? Not likely.
I’m also sure that many of you remember the marvelous invention called the VCR . I still have working VCRs, but they are rarely used.
Nowadays we have updated electronic equipment, i.e., CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray, whatever that is.
My point is that many of those millions of pictures being taken have no future--and soon families will be alarmed to realize that they have no lasting pictorial history of their friends, relatives, homes, etc.
They’ll never know the extreme pleasure of sitting on the couch - perhaps with a grandchild - reliving that past.
They’ll never have that Kodak Moment; they won’t even know what their predecessors looked like.
Snap on, you oh-so-modern folk - You’re just wasting your time.
Rural Rushville, Indiana