Fuji Velvia 100F?

Fuji is coming out with a Fuji Velvia slide film rated at ASA100 this summer. This is big news, because Velvia 50 (or what has been known simply as Velvia until now) is by far most popular color slide film among professionals, especially outdoor photographers. It produces incredibly saturated colors, almost surreal, and has the highest DMax of any slide film I've used. It's certainly my favorite, and I shot a million photos in Velvia in Africa, my first introduction to photography. It didn't disappoint, and never has.
Supposedly Velvia 100 will be more color accurate than Velvia 50. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing, but I certainly won't complain about another flavor of slide film in the chocolate box.

Sleepless in Seattle

For my Seattle friends who find themselves with a free day...you can print out a map of all the Seattle locations featured in major motion pictures and TV shows.

A young Clemens?

Mark Prior's current most comparable pitcher according to Baseball Prospectus's PECOTA projections is Roger Clemens. The similarity score is only 39 out of 100, but still, it's a good omen.