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    I've got a few cool little news things today, but first my thanks to Rod Harlan for his Special Guest blog yesterday, which came at photography and Photoshop from a very different angle. From the comments I read, I think it got a lot of us thinking about new ways to show our work, new techniques to try, and new ideas to consider. I can't wait to see sample of what you guys come up with using his techniques (don't forget to send me links). Anyway, way to go, Rod! Now, onto the news: My in-house Tech Editor Cindy Snyder asked me to donate a print for a charity auction she's involved with, and so I went to MPIX.com to have a 20"x24" print sent to her. I was just going to have it mounted on matboard, but when I was on their new…

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