I'll bet a lot of you have rather plain looking garage doors?  Not a problem any longer.  Send this company   your favorite image and they'll make a skin for your garage door which has the potential for being quite unique.  And if you miss Thailand..


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Were you one of the 5200 naked Australians hugging and kissing for Spencer Tunick's photo shoot  at Sydney's Opera House?  I have enough of a problem getting one person to pose nude, this guy gets thousands at a time!  I don't especially like his images but you've gotta admire his skill in organizing these things. 


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I'm intrigued.  You guys already know I like fast glass, but a .95 aperture?  That's better than 77 virgins..  Noktor markets some unique lenses for Canon, Nikon, and now the 4/3's format cameras.  If you need the fastest lens on the block now you know where to go.


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Panasonic releases  their new 14-42mm Lumix G Vario F3.5-5.6 ASPH MEGA O.I.S lens for the micro 4/3's system. 


Bangkok Thailand, Panasonic Lumix G Vario


Panasonic also announces  their new Lumix DMC-G2.  This is the latest version of their popular series that started with the G1.  A really high-tech EVF (electronic view finder), an articulating 3" LCD, and now it records 720p HD video which many have been waiting for.  The LCD is also a 'touch screen' so you can tap the LCD to make camera settings.  Panasonic just keeps improving on this model and making it better and better.


Bangkok Thailand, Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2


Another release from Panasonic  is their very small DMC-G10 Lumix G Micro Systems micro 4/3's format camera.  This is being billed at the lightest body available for an interchangeable lens camera.  This could be very desirable for those travelers who want great image quality but don't wish to carry around the heft of a more traditional DSLR.  12mp, 3" LCD, and a viewfinder!


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BEWARE OF THIS DEVICE.  If you have the Energizer Duo Charger system be aware that the Department of Homeland Security's United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (that's a mouthful) recently announced that this device has a backdoor that listens on port 7777 which could allow a remote computer to take charge of your computer!  And uninstalling the software doesn't remove the trojan!  If you have one of these modern day trojan horses you'll want to read this article.