It's the nature of the blog format that as individual posts get pushed down in the pile, fewer and fewer readers encounter them. Sometimes, though, we get interesting comments to posts that are more than a couple of days old—which seems a shame, as few people naturally see them.
For example: we just received a comment from Luis Nadeau responding to Jim Hughes' "The Case of the Purloined Prints" post published last Thursday. Luis, if you don't know the name, is a pioneering researcher and expert in the fields of photographic conservation and restoration, with a special interest in permanent and archival alternative processes, including the elusive Fresson process. He is the author of a number of influential books and has long been revered by alt-process fans around the world.
You can see the comment and Jim's reply at the end of the "Featured Comments" at the original post. Just in case you'd rather not miss it.
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