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Thursday, 03 November 2022


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FWIW, Fuji also got medium format and large format film cameras and lenses right as well - they have a long history of doing things rig(t.

Bug hunting.

NASA has three tiered Bug Hunters.

The first tier gets a hundred dollars per bug found.

When the code passes through the first tier, it goes to the second tier Bug Hunters. They get $1,000 per bug found.

The third and final tier is where the absolute best of the best Bug Hunters work. They get $50K per bug. Nobody from tier three has ever gone hungry.

My point is - most companies don't have anyone beyond tier one. Which is why most software is "undergoing an ongoing improvement cycle where current issues are being addressed in accordance with their associated priority" (ie: we're drowning, not waving).

RSS feed still not working with my reader (Feedly). Sorry to throw that on your plate….

Mike, in case you didn't notice: Typepad's feed for your blog ( https://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/atom.xml as autodiscovered by google ) still doesn't get updated, the last entry there is 6 days old.

I saw a commercial on YouTube where a group of Fujifilm employees are reading letters complaining about the XT4. The final one, read by a woman, was totally beeped out. Funny. It was a commercial for the XT5.

PS: Last month I purchased the Sigma 30mm f1.4 lens. On sale For $265. It is a very nice lens. I have been waiting for years for Nikon then Fujifilm to produce a 30mm lens but Fujifilm was a month late,

Now Fujifilm releases a 30mm f2.8 macro lens. Seems impressive. It should be for $599.

You may know this, but since your problems with the website, Feedly and Apple News stopped picking up your posts...

Hi Mike, not sure if I'm the only one, but in my Feedly RSS reader your new posts aren't picked up. Last post it is aware of is from Oct 28. Good luck with everything, best, Nick

The Norton issue is back after the website regeneration.

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