Comments on: Photoshop Widows Club – The Extremist The latest news about the top pixel wrangling application on the planet. Sat, 25 May 2013 08:41:56 +0000 hourly 1 By: Borbély Szilárd Borbély Szilárd Sun, 08 Jan 2006 00:50:46 +0000 hi! i am a huge hot food fan! the only problem is that one from eastern europe cannot purchase hot sauces in such a diversity in which probably you do in the states. despite that, i had some tabasco in my life (the commonly known one), but frankly that’s nothing more than fruitjuice to me. as you said, it doesn’t have “the kick”. but this tabasco habanero “review” made me curious! not to mention the huge gallon!!! love it!!!

By: Steve Rosenblum Steve Rosenblum Sun, 05 Jun 2005 06:15:24 +0000 Hey Ruth! Has your husband discovered Tio’s restaurant on Huron Street in our shared hometown of Ann Arbor? They have literally hundreds of different kinds of hot sauce for sale and have tastings where an award is given to the masochist who can taste the largest number at one sitting. I would think Thomas could be the next winner!

By: Tim Adams Tim Adams Thu, 02 Jun 2005 17:27:50 +0000 Curiosity piqued, I picked up a bottle of Habanero during my last trip to the local market. I eat lots of hot sauce.

Yes, very good, better than many other types I’ve tried, but the burning, the burning. It didn’t kick in right away, which encouraged me to sprinkle more of the tasty Habanero on my veggies, but then gathered steam and lasted for about twenty minutes.

For everyday use, I still hanker for 59 cents a bottle Kroger Hot Sauce.

By: Stephen Scharf Stephen Scharf Wed, 01 Jun 2005 06:13:28 +0000 Well, I for one am really enjoying these updates to the Photoshop Widows Club. It’s nice to read about the “family” that is behind Photoshop, and the extended family that it has engendered. From what I read, if there was a plug for anything, it was Rose! More installments with Rose are most welcome. All the info about Tabasco was really interesting, too!

By: Tim Spragens Tim Spragens Tue, 31 May 2005 14:46:34 +0000 I have no affiliation, but:

By: Ruth Knoll Ruth Knoll Sun, 29 May 2005 18:18:11 +0000 Hi Ed Nixon,

You’ve totally missed the real advertising – Great Lakes Digital. That is the real “corporate” advertising. The rest is, besides fun weekend reading, poking honest fun at my husband.

I’m trying to drum up business for the fund raising efforts for Washtenaw Community College and for Summers-Knoll School.

The presenters have donated their time and talent to make it happen. Jeff Schewe is helping with the advertising with

If you are going to criticize at least criticize the right party – it is NOT on behalf of Adobe.

On the other hand, I’ve failed totally in my advertising attempts if you missed Great Lakes Digital.

The only part Adobe has with this is it happens to be the lever to make the fund raising effort possible.

And, yes, Adobe is participating in this effort to make it a success.

So, please re-write your criticism and get your facts straight.


Ruth Knoll
Co-Chair Great Lakes Digital

PS – yes, I’m hoping that Tobasco will come up with some money for the cause.

By: Andy Biggs Andy Biggs Sun, 29 May 2005 17:52:56 +0000 Looks like we need to introduce Thomas to some east African pili pili chili sauces next month in Tanzania!


By: ed nixon ed nixon Sun, 29 May 2005 14:15:47 +0000 I’m sure I’ll be accused of being a killjoy, humourless geetk but: I’ve been prepared to accept the thinly disguised advertising/marketing on behalf of Adobe for the thin trickle of reasonably objective information. I’m not prepared to have to wade through advertising for other products whether intended as humour, light week-end reading or whatever. This is corporate blogging at its ultimate worst. I’m out of here.


By: Bill Caulfeild-Browne Bill Caulfeild-Browne Sat, 28 May 2005 11:20:19 +0000 Beware – Habaneroitis is contagious! I have made several photographic expeditions with Thomas (we shared a tent in Iceland and it still has a certain aura about it, tho’ it will never get mildew.) and have subsequently upgraded from my regular Tabasco to the Habanero. Now I too buy several bottles when I see it.

Is there an end to this addiction….?

By: Sol Avelino Sol Avelino Sat, 28 May 2005 02:47:26 +0000 I have half a bottle of regular Tabasco in my refrigirator. I don’t use it anymore. Instead, I buy fresh green Jalopeno peppers at the grocery store. I chop them up and eat them with every meal, except when I’m having cereal for breakfast. Jalopenos are not hot enough for me but I like the flavor. I wish I knew hotter peppers. I don’t like Habaneros because I can’t taste any flavor in them.

By: william mitchell william mitchell Sat, 28 May 2005 00:01:05 +0000 The LA Farmers Market has a store that sells only Hot Sauces. The next time you are in Los Angeles head over to the farmers market (fairfax blvd and 3rd street) The “Grove” is next door (apple store) Samy’s camera just down the street.