Very few of my Friends keep BLOGS :: and my Family hates me for doing it ...
I really Cannot say Quits !! Should I have to? Besides, I love access to all the pictures.
by Pat Darnell
But then again, Abby, you never would have had to answer this question because BLOG, [Business Log], was not a public forum in your day of Wit and Pith... no? What you could have done with today's medium is mind bending. Email in the hand of a maestro of wanton minds... shudder to think.
Now everyone has the capability to be an entire National Enquirer all by one's self. Not tempting enough? Wow. Before I leave the planet, I want to know what all the HOOPLAH was all about.
Anyone remember Abigail Van Buren -- [a.k.a.] "Dear Abby:" -- and her questions answering columns syndicated across the world? Can I get a show of hands?
Can anyone tell me how Abby and her twin sister held their own as columnists in competition with Television?
The RCA TK30 was introduced in 1946 and was used extensively throughout the 1950s Golden Age of Television. The field version of this camera was introduced first because the military uses were given priority over commercial use. The TK10-30 used a 3 image orthicon tube with a 4-lens turret and a variety of lenses could be used on them. Kodak developed a series of lenses for these RCAs called Ektanons. Although the TK30 was the field version of the TK10, many TK30s were widely used in studios as well because remember, the difference is not in the camera...it is in the camera chain. Below is the perfect picture to show the cosmetic differences between these two cameras.SOURCE