HP is currently running a television ad with theme song lyrics something like ... people taking pictures ... to prove they loved one another ... a long time ago. This has some really interesting anthropological and human psychology implications. In his song, Kodachrome, Paul Simon seems overly concerned that his mother will not allow him to use a certain kind of film. Somehow, proper function of the memory portion of his brain depends on it. The lyrics to another song suggest the singer is being altered genetically while making use of a new radiological technique. It goes ... I took your picture ... to the Doctor ... so I could see you from the inside out ... I think I might be turning Japanese. Another television ad conveys ... I've had your picture so long that I'm beginning to think it is real. Is this a condition that can be helped by counselling, or would a quality enlargement be the better choice? The HP ad points to something our forefathers and mothers never had; digital photography and how it affects us. One more thought; along with the Internet, digital cameras have enhanced our lives to the point where we are all able to quickly, easily and affordably enjoy and share every aspect of ourselves. This also includes oh, so many varieties of pornography. Isn't that great? Anyone care to comment?