I grew up in Rochester, NY in the 1980s and 1990s.
It seemed like everyone’s Mom and/or Dad worked for Kodak. And that was probably an accurate worldview for a kid to have, considering that, in 1982, Kodak accounted for 25% of all salaries in Rochester, and, by …Read More
The image of a well-oiled machine is a common allegory for simplicity. Everything “just works”, and you can rely on the machine to be reliable, stable, and do the work it was designed to do. But such a metaphor belies what is actually going on. For the machine …Read More