And, no, it is not a deli sandwich acronym. Canon has had quite a bit of information for photographers for years but they were on disparate and usually disconnected Web sites. And when you stumbled upon one of these sites, finding information there was a challenge, as if an online adventure game. I mentioned this to Canon reps at the NECCC last year and they acknowledged the problem and indicated that Canon was working for a solution.
I provided links to articles on Canon sites, in the US and even in Japan. After the new site was launched I found some of these links to be broken. First, I thought the new theme might have caused it but I quickly dismissed it. After some searching, I located the articles on new URLs and while on the site I looked around to find the site unfinished. Well, it appears that I was on the new Canon Digital Learning Center (DLC) probably as they were just deploying it since the site now looks and feels like a polished site with much content. Some content is clearly geared towards Canon users, well, maybe most of it. But there are articles that are about gear in general, like how to test for the best f-stop of your lenses by John Paul Caponigro, or Photographing Children by Heather Lickliter, among many others.
I am sure in time some gaps will be filled and the site will become richer with content. It is worth a visit.