If you’re old enough to remember Kodak film cameras, you’re old enough to remember the company’s “Kodak moment” concept, which has now been redefined as social sharing. The company appears to be trying to adapt to the disappearance of film cameras by suggesting that a Kodak moment now happens when you share pics and video with friends, family co-workers and strangers, whether it’s through email, or social media. The idea of redefining this pop culture concept is of course to sell digital image products such as cameras and picture frames.