Nine years ago, Polaroid was going to through bankruptcy, and it seemed like its iconic instant film and cameras would vanish into the ether. Death by digital photos would've been inscribed on its tombstone.
By some sheer miracle, a startup called the Impossible Project swooped in to save both the cameras and film. But it wasn’t as easy as picking up Polaroid’s remains. The company’s instant film factories were destroyed and Impossible Project basically had to start from scratch...
2 months ago, Mashable, Technology