The Times Of Your Life As Many Times As You WantMark Maremont
It was a classic Kodak moment: A photo of my father carrying my three-year-old daughter on his shoulders, framed by the colors of a New England autumn. Naturally, I had misplaced the negative. No matter. Standing in front of a new Kodak CopyPrint Station, I slipped my snapshot into something resembling a small photocopier. I pushed a few buttons on a touch screen, selecting two 5x7 prints. Five minutes later, the copies came out of a nearby thermal printer. To my untrained eye, they were nearly perfect duplicates.
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