February 6, 2019
If a 3-year-old can ask an obvious question, then can’t we all ask great questions?
On a sunny winter’s day in 1943 Jennifer (3-years old) asked a question of her dad. Edwin Land had just taken Jennifer’s picture with his favourite camera when she piped up “Why can’t I see the picture you’ve taken right now?”
Like most 3-year-olds Jennifer didn’t want to wait!
Jennifer’s question stayed with Edwin and resulted, in 1948, the first Polaroid camera. This single question generated 14 million polaroid camera sales and £1.1 billion (in 1948) or £3.7 billion in today’s money!
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