Wow, thanks everyone... I had no idea jpgmag was interested until Thomas forwarded an email stating I was selected yesterday. www.jpgmag.com is kind of like Flickr in many regards and while it does seem to cater more to the digital crowd, there are a few diehards submitting analog images. Since jpg changed hands last year, the site is much better run, and is less like a popularity contest than it used to be. Basically, you can upload, look at submitted images and can comment vote, and give props. The more you get, you can end up being published in the jpg magazine. JPG is also good for folks that like film, but scan, PS, and output digitally, which is verboten here. That was the reason I joined it initially.
Again, thanks for taking the time to comment, it was unexpected and I humbly appreciate the support.