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Nov 16, 2005

Michael Reichmann’s Bangladesh-First Impressions is shipping

Micheal Reichmann of The Luminous Landscape notes that his self published and self produced book Bangladesh-First Impressions is now shipping.

Michael writes: “Nothing ever happens as quickly as one would wish. The books arrived on schedule in early October. The shipment was complete, and the books were as expected – of excellent quality. I am very pleased with the colour reproduction and the printing. There is a slight lack of neutrality to some of the B&W plates, but that’s to be expected. Doing Duotones would have increased the cost of the book substantially. There are a couple of typos in the text, but these are my fault, not the printers.

Overall the book is one that I am very proud of.”

Nov 16, 2005

Bare Feats Posts G5 Shootout Results

Bare Feats, the web site that conducts Mac based benchmarking speed tests has posted the results of a head-to-head speed test between the Quad-Core G5/2.5GHz Power Mac
vs Single-Core Dual G5/2.5GHz Power Mac.

Check out the results

Nov 16, 2005

Flickr, Buzznet expand citizens’ role in visual journalism

Traditional journalists and newspaper sites tap into online photo communities to gather visual research and allow readers to contribute and interact. It’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Source: USC/Annenberg Online Journalism Review
Written By Mark Glaser

Imagine if you were a photo editor at a major publication, and you could view and search through every digital photo on every computer in the world to put together a feature. Or if something spectacular happened, and you could search photo tags to see what everyone at the scene was seeing.

Nov 16, 2005

Adobe Likely To Reach High End Of Q4 Guidance

Source: Forbes
Written By David Ng

Piper Jaffray reiterated an “outperform” rating and $37 target price on Adobe Systems (nasdaq: ADBEnewspeople ), saying the software company is likely to reach the high end of fiscal fourth-quarter guidance.