Music For Photography allows you to buy royalty free music for your slideshows and other presentations
Photodocumentary Folio x12 [an odd name for a site, eh?] is hosting Munem Wasif‘s Tainted Tea [pdf] project
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.0 is now officially out
One other thing that digital photographers should consider using is Camer Bits‘ PhotoMechanic. It’s on my short list of – must-have – for 2007.
Q&A with Muhammad Yunus, the brains behind Grameen Bank
Anyone read Vikram Chandra’s Sacred Games yet?
Design with India, on February 5, 2007
Life is a Picnik, right? One more online photo editing tool. Read the review here.
Are you on the Creative Hotlist? This is a site for graphic designers, illustrators, photographers. Yeah, like us.
Brusheezy: A repository of Photoshop brushes and patterns. Very cool!
“Footnote is an impressive resource which launched last week that allows users to access and annotate millions of historical documents online for the first time.” This is really impressive if you are a history hound like me. [Via SolutionWatch]
Trying to keep track of your webstats? There is Google Analytics which is free (yeah!) Then there is Mint, which just went from 1.0 to 2.0. Also check out Clicky (free until they get the bugs out).
Bookcrossing claims to be the world’s biggest free book club. Oprah, you listening?
NPPA’s Best of Photojournalism 2006 is now online
Communication Arts’ Photography Annual is seeking submissions
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