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  • Monthly Archives May 2009

      Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. This post is dedicated to the memory of David Leimbach, (brother of our own Jeff Leimbach), who last year, on Memorial Day, gave his life for his country during combat in Afghanistan.    I’ll be back blogging tomorrow, and I hope you'll join me here then.  -Scott

    Hello there.  Me again.  Scott has been in Portland since yesterday morning and spent the day shooting with Laurie Excell.  Today is the next stop on his Lightroom Tour (fingers crossed that this one will run smoothly), and he gave away a free ticket to the seminar to a lucky follower on Twitter last night. For those wondering about Scott's computer, it was a hard drive failure (as he always says, it's not if your drive fails, it's when!).  And, yes, he did have everything backed up with Apple's Time Machine.  I'm sure he'll give you the full run-down when he gets back next week. One of the things on said hard drive was an embarrassing photo, which was supposed to be for yesterday's blog.  You'll will get to see that next week :) For those keeping up with Photo Walk news, I'm posting…

    Wait, two guest blogs in a row?  Well, not exactly. Scott asked me to write something on his behalf to let you guys know that he can't post a blog for today.  Why, you ask?  Because his laptop died last night.  A horrible, grueling, painful death...  But it will be fixed by the time he does his Portland Lightroom 2 Live Seminar, so that is still on as scheduled.  (Did I just hear a huge sigh of relief coming from the West Coast?) So, let's see... How about a couple of updates... The Worldwide Photo Walk Blog (hosted by yours truly) is now up and running!  I'll be doing my best to keep you all up to date on what locations are full, nearing capacity, and just opening, along with any other Photo Walk related news.  So, swing by, scroll to the bottom, and…

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    Before I begin my post I would very much like to thank Scott Kelby for allowing me both the honor and privilege to write this blog entry on the one-year anniversary of “Guest Blog Wednesday.” All I can say is it was a lot easier writing the first guest blog entry a year ago. With all of the amazing words and thoughts that have been written here by some of the greatest creative voices of our time, to do this again is a wee bit intimidating.

    Hi gang, and greetings from my hotel room in Denver. :) Just a quick update on what's been going on, because I know a lot of you have questions about cities, sign-ups, and stuff. First off, things have been crazy on a scale we hadn't anticipated. Our first problem arose when we learned that we had over 20 million inquiries on the PhotoWalk web site in the first 24-hours. We weren't fully prepared for that flood of traffic, and neither was our hosting company, and we are struggling to keep the backend working properly, and we're patching and fixing things as we go. The good news is:  we already have thousands of people signed up for walks, and new walks coming online daily and.... ....well....just thanks so much for your patience through all these growing pains. Last year, by the day of the actual…

    Just a quick update on yesterday's official launch: After a few Web site hiccups in the morning, we got most of the kinks worked out and a number of walks were completely full by dinner time (I believe Terry White's Detroit Photo Walk was the first one to fill up) so if you're thinking of joining a walk; I wouldn't wait. I approved dozens more city leaders last night (including walks in China, Portugal, Australia, Thailand, Japan, Canada, France, The Netherlands, The Philippines, Germany, and a dozen or so other countries, including dozens of locations in the USA) but until those leaders activate their pages, you won't be able to sign up for their walks. We have a fast-growing list of cities, and you can find them by going to the official Website, then clicking on Cities, and when the map appears, click on…

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