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    Is it any coincidence that just a few days after Apple's iPad was announced, Engadget.com, probably the leading tech blog on the planet (who blogged the announcement live as it happened), announced that they were turning off reader comments for a while. As a longtime reader and fan of Engadget, I have to tell you I was shocked. Here's what they said: "Hey guys, we know you like to have your fun, voice your opinions, and argue over your favorite gear, but over the past few days the tone in comments has really gotten out of hand. What is normally a charged -- but fun -- environment for our users and editors has become mean, ugly, pointless, and frankly threatening in some situations... and that's just not acceptable." Click here to read their post, and why they did it. Thankfully, it appears that they…

    Hey gang, Brad here.  I just got a message from Scott asking me to let you all know that he's taking a sick day from the blog today.  He's got a cold, along with all the coughy, sniffly, wheezy, blechy stuff that comes with it.  Nothing serious, just enough to need a day off from the blog :) He did ask me to pass along his thanks to John Keatley for a great guest blog on Wednesday.  He told me that he really enjoyed the heartfelt story that John shared about one of the people who helped him pursue his photography career.  If you missed it for some reason, I highly recommend going back and giving it a read.  As one of the commenters said, it feels like a short read, but it's not... It's just an engrossing story! Plus, how intimidating must it…

    I’m using this week’s holiday as a springboard to a few days off, so here’s the schedule for this week: Wednesday Yup, we gave our Guest Bloggers the Holiday off, so tomorrow there’s no guest blog, but fear not---the Guest Blogger program is alive and well, and firing back up on the first week of the year, with some all new faces, and some old friends, too. Thursday It’s New Years Eve and you know what that means? That’s right, the day before a Holiday which is reason enough for me to sluff off and take a day off, so it’s No Blog Thursday. Friday It’s New Years Day, and I’m shooting a College Bowl Game that day, which means (you guessed it), I’m not blogging, baby---yeah! However, I will be back next year with a full slate of blog posts for your blogging…

    Here's this week's Blogging Schedule: Wednesday: We're giving our Guest Bloggers a day off today, so there's no Guest Blog post today. Thursday: I have a very special blog post for tomorrow (Christmas Eve), and it's kind of a "Super Special Guest Blog" of sorts, with a very cute story (and something you won't expect), so I hope you'll check in here tomorrow to get in the Christmas spirit. Friday: I'm taking the rest of the week off as well, so please consider Wednesday, and Friday officially to be part of a "No Blogging Christmas." [insert jingle bell sound effect here]. I'll be back to regular blogging (well, semi-regular) next Monday to pick up where we left off. See you here on Thursday. :) -Scott

    First, I have to thank our wonderful guest blogger this week: Trey Ratcliff. Any time a Guest Blog post garners nearly 100 comments, you know it spoke to a lot of people on a lot of levels. Trey once again reminded me why the Guest Blogging thing is so awesome, so thanks Trey. New iPhone App Site Launches Today My buddy Terry White today launched a fantastic new site dedicated to finding the very best iPhone Apps. It's called BestAppSite.com and it takes Terry's incredibly popular "Friday App-of-the-day" concept from his Tech Blog to a whole new level. This is my new stop for finding killer Apps, and if you've got an iPhone, I'd head there right now (well, right after you finish the rest of my post, anyway.). :)  Here's the link. Trey's HDR book rocks! Unrelated to his guest blog appearance; last…

    Earlier this year I was lucky enough to get a media pass to shoot Tiger Woods during the Tavistock Cup golf tournament, and after I posted some of the shots from the day here on my blog, a friend asked if I might send him a couple of prints of his favorite shots from the bunch. I used MPIX.com to send him two framed prints, and I'm honored that they've been hanging on the wall of his office ever since. Yesterday I got an email from him, and the subject Line read: "Moral Dilemma." He said he found Tiger's recent actions dishonorable to his wife and family, and he was so disappointed in him, and had lost such respect for Tiger's moral judgment, that he had taken the framed prints off his walls, and he wanted to know if  I wanted them returned or…

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