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Jan 5, 2006

Error when starting Bridge from Photoshop CS2 (Mac OS X 10.4)

“Error2: Photoshop is undefined. Line:1 – photoshop.invokeBridge (false, false)” when you start Bridge from Photoshop CS2 (Mac OS X v10.4)

Source: Photoshop Support Knowledgebase

Jan 5, 2006

Stephen Johnson–The View From Here

Stephen Johnson, one of the instructors for Michael Reichmann’s 2005 Antarctic Expedition has posted some of the images and written some thoughts on the trip for his January 2006 Newsletter.

It was hard to write on the trip, the experience of the place was at once so foreign and yet so familiar; the open sea, the remoteness, a sense of the earth-bottom righted into simply earth, of isolation and community, a floating home with ever-changing surroundings…

Jan 5, 2006

PhotoVu Announces World’s Most Powerful Wireless Digital Picture Frame

Double Memory Increase and Upgradeability Ensures Support of Rapid Camera Megapixel Growth

Press Release: LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ — Today PhotoVu(TM) announced the availability of the new PhotoVu PV1955(TM) picture frame, which adds support for up to 16.7 megapixel cameras, USB 2.0, and future upgradeability to Wi-Fi® wireless-G networking, advanced screen transitions, commercial applications, and Internet services. An optional 1GB USB flash drive or USB 40GB removable hard drive can also be used for stand-alone play.

Jan 5, 2006

Looking for Trouble

Henry Art Gallery seeks out provocative, disturbing work.

Source: Seattle Weekly
Written By Sue Peters

The building is perched atop a University of Washington campus hill like an inaccessible fortress. The cafe is easier to find than the art. The art is often weird or unsettling. Currently on display are works by an Argentine muralist who’s covered the East Gallery wall with contact paper, and an American artist obsessed with computer technology and her own identity. In 2004, the FBI investigated an exhibiting artist, Steve Kurtz, who had included E. coli bacteria in his installation Gene(sis).