Thanksgiving and The Forum

Hey Everyone,

We wanted to wish all of our U.S. friends and backers a happy Thanksgiving and express our extreme gratitude for all of our supporters that have enabled us to take this incredible journey. I know we’re not at the end yet (and for us the end is really the beginning), but we’ll be there soon.

Thank you for believing in us, for giving us your advice and ideas, and mostly for just being you, because what you share with us allows us to grow and create things beyond anything we originally dreamed.

To help us all share and dream a bit more, at least in a Bolex way, we’ve upgraded our forum allowing for rich text, embedded pictures and videos, and private messaging between users. If you are not already a member of our forum I encourage you to join up and participate in the great conversations going on, or even start your own.

Thank you all, and have a happy holiday,    Elle, Joe, and the entire Digital Bolex team.

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Joe Rubinstein is one of the founders and CEO of Digital Bolex. At Polite in Public, a photo marketing company he also co-founded, Joe was the Chief Technology Officer who worked with electronics developers and software developers to create the Polite in Public Photobooth which helped define modern photo marketing services.

3 thoughts on “Thanksgiving and The Forum

  1. OH man, I’m so late to this–I guess, realistically, I wouldn’t have had the cash to invest, but I’d sure like to have supported you. I’ve been using mini DV for my documentary series, so it’s not b’cast quality but I’ve got a distributor interested in libraries, schools…all about public art. Anyway, my plans to upgrade to a better camera are on hold, definitely, until I see this Digital Bolex. I started in Super 8 and then 16 and even made a short in 35; the concept is brilliant, the design sounds perfect; I guess it’s just…waiting. Best of luck to you, I am really really impressed that two filmmakers can actually DO this. Very inspiring.

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