Here they are, the best blog posts I read this week:
Stephen Dowling writes a great remembrance of Kodak’s Brownie, and wonders if it was the most important camera ever made. He wrote the article for BBC News (read it here), but shared it on his own blog. Read The Kodak Brownie: The most important camera ever made?
She grew up in the 1970s as the daughter of a mom who preferred working to caring for kids, in a society that was stacked against it. It gave Penelope Trunk a perspective on feminism: it’s about people doing what they want, not what is expected of them. Read A fresh view of feminism for 2015
What happens to memories when the place those memories happened isn’t there anymore? David Lacy reflects on it. Read Requiem for a Pile of Concrete