polaroid.jpgThis week our flagship publication, ComputerWorld Canada, decided to offer a collective voice for all those frustrated by Microsoft’s decision to get rid of Windows XP by the summer. SaveXP.ca is your chance to make your voice heard.

Kodak’s decision to stop producing instant film, however, could be an even bigger nightmare. No more shake-shake-shaking a cheap piece of plastic in order to see a grainy image that no one ever puts in an album anyway? HOW COULD YOU, EVIL POLAROID! After all, instant film has only been around since 1948. Being forced to upgrade every 60 years is just outrageous.

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