From USA Today: A disposable digital camera enters the market at $19.99 By Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO — Jonathan Kaplan thinks digital cameras are too hard to use, so he decided to do something about it. Kaplan, 36, is the CEO of Pure Digital Technologies, a scrappy start-up devoted to bringing digital photography to the masses. His solution: no wires, memory cards or having to connect the camera to the computer. Pure Digital makes the world's first truly digital one-time-use camera. It has been on the market for more than a year but is slated to go prime time Monday when CVS, the nation's largest drugstore chain, puts it on its shelves. The Disney World resorts and Longs Drugs will be selling it later this year as well. More here ... A 2.1 Mega-pixel disposable digicam for 20 bucks? Hmm.. How long do you think it will be before "disposable" becomes "free" with a simple hardware/software hack?