From Salt Lake City- The Web This Morning

Polygamous Temple appears to be completed

FBI Raids Polygamists

PhotoMechanic out, universal binary

Adobe PDF on pro-app support for intel macs
Washington Post cartoon of armless, legless soldier

Reaction to above cartoon

French editor fired over Muhammed cartoon

“Shocking” Utah TV news report on the fleshpit MySpace

Not shocking report that the Serbian army helped hide Ratko

Jason from RKL dead

Artist- Andy Kehoe

Artist- Gus Finkelstein

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

MagnumPhotos- Niger Slave Trade by Stuart Franklin

MagnumPhotos- Paris Haute Couture by Christopher Anderson

MagnumPhotos- Niagra by Alec Soth

MagnumPhotos- Nepal’s Maoist Rebellion by Jonas Bendiksen

NYT:

Evangelical film actor is actually gay

More European papers print Muhammed cartoon

Used videogames market

David Pogue on digital photography

Carlotta Gall on Pakistan’s quake victims in winter

Singles vs. Albums

Profile of writer from My Name is Earl

The Web This Morning

Links now open in current window.

Zeiss lenses come to Nikon mount, can be forced onto Canon SLR’s

New version of Photo Mechanic out today

Donald Trump wants us to think he’s rich, and he’ll sue to prove it

Passenger bitten by man says coverage was off

Professional photographers upset at stolen photos posted all over MySpace

Award-winning photos of the month, sportsshooter.com

MySpace profile and blog of some loser fired from his newspaper job because of blog/profile

114 bugs squashed in new 2.0.1 release of WordPress (wish this was out last week when I was pulling my hair out)

NYT:

Russian President Putin’s 3.5 hour news conference

Hamas, policy puzzle

Comments/Links fixed

It only took me twenty minutes to find the solution, but it looks like links to entries and comments are now working. Wish this wordpress stuff was easier to fix. Not like I’m an idiot on these computers, you know?

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Stuff Busted

I know the blog is mostly busted. That’s why only a couple of you even know about it right now. I’m working on it.

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Categorized as Film & TV

From This Decisive Moment On

New show of portraits by Henri Cartier-Bresson addresses issue of how his increasing fame impacted photographs he took of other famous people; show, at Cartier-Bresson Foundation in New York City, reflects power dynamic between photographer and subject; p

Jerome Liebling, a photographer, filmmaker and teacher, died Wednesday at 87. Obituaries appear on the Web sites of The New York Times, The Daily Hampshire Gazette and Hampshire College, where his students included James Estrin, now a staff photographer at The Times and a co-editor of Lens.