Okay, here's my letter. Let's see if he turns up:

Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 13:41:03 -0500 (EST)
From: David Goldfarb <dgoldfar@barnard.edu>
To: info@clydebutcher.com
Subject: Digital "Carbon Prints"

Dear Mr. Butcher,

Two lively discussions are going on about your use of the term "Carbon
Print" to describe the digital prints you are marketing through your
website. Most of the participants, I would say, are admirers of your work
and have no objection per se to the process itself, but find the
endorsement of terms like this which have traditionally referred to older
processes (other examples being "Digital Platinum Giclee" and "Selenium
Ink Prints") by someone of your stature to be disturbing. While it is
clear from your website that these are not traditional carbon prints, the
terminology suggests that they are in some way a substitute for a
traditional process that is much more laborious and costly.

I would like to invite you to participate in these discussions at the
following two sites:

http://www.apug.org/site/main/viewto...sc&start=0

and

http://largeformatphotography.info/l...p?topic=496940

Sincerely,

David Goldfarb