Imaging heavy hitters joining Adobe, according to John Nack—including one of the guys responsible for "content-aware image resizing." I suppose that technology does make sense for Photoshop, but it makes me wish I'd started out with LightZone and nothing but LightZone.
J.D. Powers' 2007 Digital Camera Ratings seem unaware, ill-informed ("pro-sumer" DSLRs "starting at $1,500?" Huh?) and arbitrary (Nikon 5 stars, Canon 2?). I hope its car ratings are better than this.
The new Henry Peach Robinson. How's that again about digital being no different than optical/chemical photography? Now we just need a digital Jerry Uelsmann.
Megapixels, Shmegapixels: Just in case you're dying to learn mammoth wet plate and tintype, amongst other antiquarian delights. Note that September workshops are still open.
Bob Shell's murder trial is in its final day, according to the Roanoke (Virginia) Times. Bob, for you newbies out there, was the longtime editor of Shutterbug magazine.
Mike (Thanks to David Emerick, Albano Garcia, Dave Kosiur, Edd Fuller, Ailsa McWhinnie, and Glenn Brown)