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and printing Eastman believed in production via assembly "lines and soon is brownie camera was available "and soon is Brownie camera was available a price that even children interested in taking photos O revolutionized photography by developin. Ould afford The development of these chemical and industrial processes isn t exactly an exciting story to most children so the author also points out Exoplanetas (Qué sabemos de) how George Eastman donated much ofis fortune to good causes including MIT and Tuskegee a school for black students that was struggling to survive The author "does a pretty good job making the biography interesting to children by including some of Eastman s unting " a pretty good job making the biography interesting to children by including some of Eastman s unting fishing expeditions along with Classical Mechanics (5Th Edition) his interest in personally cooking foris expedition guests Thomas Edison used Eastman s camera and film to develop motion pictures All in all this is about as interesting an introduction to one of the important pioneers of photography that I ve seen that will be able to capture the attention of a younger audience Everyone Anxiety and the Equation: Understanding Boltzmann's Entropy (The MIT Press) haseard of Kodak but few know the remarkable story behind the name or the few know the remarkable story behind the name or the of it to photography in all its forms. G a camera simple enough for anyone to us. ,