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David Thomas, CEO at Evident, is an accomplished cybersecurity entrepreneur. He has a history of introducing innovative technologies, establishing them in the market, and driving growth – with each early-stage company emerging as the market leader.

Mansueto Digital recently launched its newest FastCompany.TV program, PhotoCycle. This Internet-distributed video show will focus on the full cycle of photography including basic camera know-how, inspiration, instruction, and discussion of the “business of professional photography.” Avid photographer and Managing Director of FastCompany.TV, Robert Scoble explains, “PhotoCycle is going to be unique. Joining a professional photographer, Marc Silber, with talented ‘Flickr-famous’ photographers like Thomas Hawk you’ll get both helpful tips on how to take your digital photography further as well as get unique insights into how professional photographers ply their craft.” Hosting the show is Marc Silber, a highly respected teacher of

“I’m sort of the Ansel Adams of Northern Michigan...but I’ll drive five hours to get to a good camera store. I’m looking at a Leica lens right now. I need to touch and feel equipment before I invest. You just can’t get that experience online. I’ll travel for seminars in stores too. They can up your skills very quickly.” -Jim Szabo, Professional Photographer

Disney has released a line of digital cameras for kids just in time for the holiday shopping season. The Disney Pix Micro, Pix Click, Pix Max and Princess Movie Maker take kids up the line respectively from pint-sized digicam to pint-sized camcorder. The Pix Micro is priced to move at $19.99 and runs off of a single AAA battery. It holds 24 CIF photos at 352 x 240. The Pix Click can hold 200 VGA 640 x 480 photos for $49.99. Next up, the Pix Max is a three megapixel unit with a 1.5-inch LCD, 4x digital zoom and

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