I am fascinated by the old movies that have been “colorized”—teasing out the real colors from the slight variations in gray used throughout the film. Who would have imagined that you can now watch Casablanca in full color rather than black-and-white! Although it may be anathema to cinematic “purists,” colorizing old movies is welcomed by many because of the sense of realism that color brings to the events portrayed on screen. And yet, decision-makers in many venues are necessarily confined to the assessment of “shades of gray” in reaching important decisions.
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May/June 2020 – John T. Stokesbury