Orphan works bill wins a quiet victory in congress: Unfortunately, the orphan works bill is making progress. See Photo Attorney and ipaorphanworks.blogspot.com for more details. According to the ipaorphanworks blog, Google and Microsoft are behind the scenes promoting the orphan works bill.
Photo naming can provide Realtors some "Google Juice": Eric Bryant gives some suggestions over on geekestateblog.com about how use photo naming as a way to get more Google Juice.
HDR most controversial processing technique in digital: Mike Johnston, over at The Online Photographer, explains why HDR is controversial. Mike says, "The problem with it seems to be that some (most?) people who practice it overdo it, creating images with an instantly identifiable "look," one that is often bizarrely surreal. This tends to polarize opinions: some love it, others hate it."
Canon G10 missing HD video and time lapse: A Canon G10 review at The Online Photographer confirms what the dpreview.com specs page says about the G10, " I was disappointed to find that the G10 no longer shoots "HD" video. The G9 could shoot video at 1024 x 768 pixels at 15 fps. The G10 shoots a maximum 640 x 480 pixels at 30fps. The G10 does not have the G9’s time lapse options either. In other words, it has fewer video options than the G9".