In a welcome eddy of joy in the maelstrom of the digital tsunami, Black and White Magazine announces in issue 32 (August '04) that" THE WAIT IS OVER!". They will entertain submissions for the first time in two years for consideration for inclusion in their publication to be offered over the next two years. And guess what? What? you all exclaim!! NO DIGITAL PRINTS!! "Only prints made in the conventional way (film/darkroom); work captured and printied digitally is not accepted (there's no judgement in this-only a reflection of Black & White Magazine's limited focus.)" Well....HOO"f'nRAY!!! let's all get back into our darkrooms and keep the safelights burning. At least someone is holding back the digital hordes!!