This is simply a rant. Last night I hit a few openings in town. At one gallery, I saw some great prints by Larry Wiese. Really nice work. I enjoyed them immensely. They were, accurately labeled, "silver gelatin". At the same gallery some other artists had prints for perusal. Never in my life have I seen so many different ways to deal with digital output! It is, and I honestly believe this, like nobody has set the standard yet by which to describe digital output methods. E.g. "Digital Frontier Print" "Digital Frontier C-41 Print" "Frontier C Print" Etc. etc. Now I know this is nitpicky, but could SOMEONE JUST PICK SOMETHING! How about "digital C print"? It describes Frontier technology as well as a few other methods out there. It is simple. It is basic. It tells me all I need to know. If it is an inkjet print I need to know two things - 1 - That it is an inkjet print 2 - If it is "archival" (loose term here, but we need to weed out the stuff that came off a "Free with every Dell" printer) That is it. I don't need to know who made the printer. I don't need to know the model number of the printer. I mean nobody is saying "Durst silver gelatin," or "Photographers Formulary printing frame (birch)." O.k. Rant over.