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Wednesday, January 8, 2003 | by
The Digital Journalist's Nuts and Bolts columnist Bill Pierce discusses the advantage of film over digital and worries that news photographers are watching the backs of their cameras instead of what's happening in front of them; Steve Miller notes the release of the US$60 QuickLink Mobile for Mac OS X, software for connecting to the Internet wirelessly using certain Audiovox, Ericcson, LG and Motorola mobile phones; The Christian Science Monitor posts Our Best Shots 2002; MacCentral reports that Apple has reduced the price of its 15.2-inch G4/1GHz Powerbook to US$2799 in the US; version 1.07.03 firmware for Delkin's eFilm PicturePAD adds support for several Canon, Fujifilm, Minolta and Nikon digital camera RAW file formats to the handheld photo storage device (a similar update appears to be available for the Nixvue Vista, the PicturePAD's close cousin); Extensis to ship Portfolio 6.1 for Mac OS X at the end of January (a beta version is available now); Konica and Minolta to merge in August 2003; Wiebetech updates its line of FireWire and USB 2.0 mobile and desktop hard drives (MacNN summarizes the changes); Dr. Bott announces ExtendAIR Omni and ExtendAIR Direct external antennas for the Airport Extreme Base Station; PictureFlow Archive Creator 1.1.1 for Windows released; Imaging Resource, Digital Photography Review examine the recently-announced Adobe Photoshop Album for Windows; Digital Outback Photo reviews digital noise reduction software Neat Image Professional for Windows; Nikon.Net's Legend Behind the Lens features commercial photographer Jody Dole; Reuters reports that old computers like the once-popular Tandy Radio Shack laptop and the Apple 1 are treasured as collectibles; The Poynter Institute's Kenny Irby discusses photo manipulation on a recent Sports Illustrated front cover; the iView MediaPro Weblog web site contains AppleScripts, tutorials and other information for users of iView MediaPro for Mac.
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