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    Hey everyone! RC here.  I wanted to give you guys a quick update on the launch of Scott's new portfolio section and answer a couple of questions while I had a moment. Before I do, I did want to share with you guys a heartfelt thank you for all of the suggestions and comments that we had on the port launch.  One of the things that makes us very proud and grateful is having such engaging and enthusiastic readers here on the blog.  I know that Scott appreciates all of your comments - and takes his time in going over every one of them.  You guys really look out for this place - and it totally shows. I figured this would be a cool time to share with you guys some of the changes that we've made to the port, some of the changes…

    Thanks to everyone who pointed out the problem with the RSS feed for this blog. I'm not quite certain why it happened, but whatever it was, I think (hope) we have it fixed now. If not, just let me know, and somehow we'll track it down. (By the way; that RSS graphic above, courtesy of iStockPhoto.com, fits the "RSS Gone Wild" headline better than you might think, because once you get to my age, having a box of popcorn like that [with all its salt, saturated fat, butter, empty calories, carbs, and everything else that makes it taste incredibly yummy like you can't believe] is literally living on the wild side). Man, this getting older stuff is a blast (but of course, it beats the alternative). ;-) Sorry about that. Now back to your regularly scheduled somethin' er other.

    I thought I'd kick off the first blog post of the new year with a quick look back at the most popular, and most commented-on posts of 2010, and some of the fun stuff we shared during the past year. The Top 10 Most Commented-on Posts of 2010 Here are the posts that garnered the most comments from readers during the year, in order: How US Airways Just Lost Yet Another Customer (link) This was the #1 most-commented post with nearly 400 comments. This was just one of those “I have to get this off my chest” type of posts, and I never dreamed it would get that kind of response (but apparently, I wasn’t alone on this one). Here’s the rest in order. What I’d love to see in Lightroom 4 (link) HDR Quote of the week (link) Why is everybody so angry…

    For Christmas, I wanted to share something very special---a short video clip (below) put together by two very talented guys from our video team: Adam Rohrmann and Daniel Bryant, and hosted by our own RC Concepcion. The video gives you a behind-the-scenes look at our small part in Jeremy Cowart's amazing Help Portrait day. I hope you'll take a moment to watch the video. It's what this season is all about. Here's wishing you and your family a warm and wonderful Holiday and all the joy His Season can bring.

    On Monday I had posted a visual tour of our headquarters here in Florida, with photos taken by my buddy RC Concepcion (link), and I saw a number of comments from people who wanted to see the other parts of the company (like my office, for example) and people that we didn't have photos for, so I asked RC if he might head out yesterday, camera in hand, to pick-up some of the people and places we didn't get to see on Monday. Here we go: Above: This is where our book and magazine editors live. We had to give them their own special area after they staged a small uprising several years ago in which two guards were injured. That's Chris Main walking around. You saw his picture on Monday but he wasn't wearing his Star Trek crew shirt in that photo. Above:…

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