Thanks! That's a great reference, I've seen it but neglected getting it, thanks for the reminder.
I started out in both the photo and the printmaking worlds- in college I still was exploring (stone) lithography, mezzotint and serigraphs primarily, then started heavby into commercial photography when I graduated. One of the things I've loved about inkjet has been the look and feel of ink on paper- once again. I've also been really fascinated by the work of various artists doing fusion of digital and traditional printmaking. I had a great student in a recent class at Northeastern who developed a wonderful mix of digital photography, scanned woodblock prints and woodblock overprinting- great stuff!
One of the people who's done a ton of the fusion work is Dorothy Simpson Kraus- http://www.dotkrause.com/
She's good friends with Parrot Digigraphic- we're trying to put together a little workshop with her- stay tuned!