My NYAF report is up at AMN — and it's the last piece I'm doing for them of that size. After this the only things I'll be writing for them are reviews of material that I was already covering (like Black Jack), but no new series. I'm going to be focusing on building up Genji Press — both the site and the books under that imprint.
On a side note, I found a good way to deal with uploading a whole slew of images to Flickr without driving yourself bonkers.
1. Install the Flickr Uploadr utility, if you haven't already.
2. (Optional but useful) Set Uploadr to resize everything to, say, 1600 pixels across.
3. Open images in an image browser that has some kind of right-click Open With shell-integration function. Windows Live Photo Gallery is just about perfect for this (and was what I used for this whole process).
4. Browse. When you get to an image you like, right-click on it and select Open With, and then select Uploadr as the target.
5. Each image selected in this fashion will be added to the current batch of Flickr images, and you can then go back to the image browser app without losing context.
This way you don't have to go back and forth between the browser and the Uploadr, and can upload tons of images much more efficiently.