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[filmscanners] Re: Polaroid 120 opinions

Maybe someone at Polaroid would know where he is.  Usually, companies 
are hesitant to provide that information but maybe Polaroid would make 
an exception in this case.  I sent a note to Larry Berman but he hasn't 
talked with him since the interview.


Arthur Entlich wrote:

>I tend to agree.  I had hoped to be able to find him on some other type
>of list, even if it was just something like gardening, just to send an
>occasional hello, how are you doing, not to engage him in Polaroid or
>technical discussion.  We had developed a rapport beyond the business
>matters over the period we were in communication.
>Laurie Solomon wrote:
>>I would also be interested in locating and re-establishing contact with
>>David - especially concerning the Polaroid Film Recorder that I have and
>>how one might get or create new lookup files for it that are dedicated
>>to handling today's batch of films.  However, I think that he dropped
>>out of sight deliberately after leaving Polaroid.  My impression was
>>that he was getting sort of feed up with Polaroid's policies and
>>practices vis--vis its customers and employees.
>>I got the impression that, unlike you and I, David's involvement with
>>online lists and forums was primarily a work related obligation and
>>responsibility as opposed to a personal one or an advocational one.
>>Thus, if he has left the industry, I doubt if he would still be involved
>>with online lists.
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