My New Job (& how it will affect B&W World)greenspun.com : LUSENET : B&W Photo: Alternative Process : One Thread
I am proud to announce that I have accepted the position of Managing Editor of Popular Photography. I start on Monday, November 20. It's a big job--I will be responsible for making sure the magazine is published accurately and on schedule--and will be involved in decisions that will affect the editorial balance and (hopefully) be able to do some writing as well.
And I expect to get it all done in time to pick my kids up from daycare.
The bad news is that I will need to step back from Black & White World for a while, at least until I have learned and feel comfortable with my job. Therefore, much of the content of Black & White World is going on hiatus. I will not be updating the site on a regular basis, although I will try to add fresh content every so often. I wish I could continue to be involved in B&W World at the same level as before, but I don't see how I'll have the time.
I also will not have the time to moderate these forums. I have been in touch with individuals and will be handing off moderating responsibilities shortly. I hope to have an announcement tomorrow about a new moderator for several key forums.
I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for participating, and I encourage you to continue to do so! I am constantly amazed at the level of expertise that can be found here and am heartened that so many people are willing to share their knowledge. I'd start mentioning names but I'm afraid of leaving someone out, so I'd just like to thank those of you who are constantly helping people out.
So thanks to all, and keep talkin'!
-- Mason Resnick (email@example.com), November 15, 2000
I am pleased to announce that Ed Buffaloe has taken over moderation of this forum, as well as a couple of others in B&W World. Ed is a frequent contributor, and I trust his judgement. Be sure to visit his site, www.unblinkingeye.com, which has lots of good informative articles.
-- Mason Resnick (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 16, 2000.