As photography changes with society and the advancement of technology, I've become interested in the use of the Internet as a substitute for traditional art or photographic galleries. Places like Facebook and Youtube are more social utilities or freakshows rather than an electronic space dedicated to showing creative photographic works. I have been going to this site over a number of months: http://www.burnmagazine.org to see the posted essays. I'm wondering the general reaction to seeing the work electronically rather than as prints. While I like the immediacy and ability to see the work without having to go anywhere outside of my workstation - but, I really miss the ability to interact with the work personally by changing viewing distances and the tactile, visual feel of a print. I'd also be interested in reactions to this essay: http://www.burnmagazine.org/essays/2009/05/michal-daniel-in-your-face/ (more of the work can be seen at: http://www.640x480.net/album.php?posn=first&size=small). All of the work done with less than cell phone camera resolution using an Eyemodule 2 640x480 camera.