I stumbled upon David Saffir's blog site a few minutes ago. It's a Wordpress blog, with content that focuses more on digital photography and printing than it does on editing with programs like Photoshop and Lightroom.
If your unfamiliar with David Saffir's photography, you should visit his gallery site. He's an award winning professional photographer with an avid interest in fine art printmaking.
The commentaries and tutorials on this site fit some niches that doesn't receive nearly as much coverage as photo editing with tools like Photoshop.
Don't look for lots of interactive features like forums. The blog is separate from the galleries and uses a basic Wordpress layout. Being a Wordpress site provides Web 2.0 features like comments, tag clouds, etc. David's blog site is also free from banner ads, a refreshing feature these days where every digital photographer with a blog, it seems, has banner ads, Google word ads, etc.
You get the typical, slick Wordpress blog look-and-feel with some excellent content.