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Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2000 09:34:24 -0800
From: "Amy Poftak" APoftak@mfi.com
Organization: CMP Media, Inc.
As they say, it's in there. Page 67.
Thanks again for giving me your time.
Grove Dictionary of Art
From: Gustavsson Veronica V.Gustavsson@macmillan.co.uk
To: "'email@example.com'" firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Grove Dictionary of Art Online
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2000 10:14:31 -0000
Dear Mr Feld,
This is just to let you know that the site 'Learning about Leonardo' has been added to our database of interesting web sites, and will be included in our next update of the site. Thank you for bringing the site to our attention.
Online Editorial Assistant
The Dictionary of Art
Home School Internet Resource Center
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2000 12:34:51 -0500
From: "The Home School Internet Resource Center" email@example.com
Dear Steve, Thank you for requesting a link exchange with us, www.rsts.net. We would be happy to create a link for you on our Related Links page. If you would send a brief text description I will post it as soon as possible. Below you will find our information and URL. Thank you again.
Amy Highland www.rsts.net
The Home School Internet Resource Center provides an exciting, safe educational environment for the home schooling family. Free services include: software, a used curriculum exchange, e-pals, a home school news magazine, curriculum reviews, and an inexhaustible list of subject reference links - all updated daily to keep you informed!
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 16:51:59 +0400
From: The French Natural Company firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the preview of what I am going to post on my website- Keep in mind that english is not my mother tongue, french is, and go through it...Your site is really unique and I guess I would love to spend my life probing this new perspective...of Eternity .. I have deliberately decided not to read the review or your guest book, and I would like if possible to display your theory in toto, possibly with an image of Mona and Leonardo....It is unique totally unique.
I had been very busy, and today I took my time to go leisurely into your site and it has made a very deep impact on my soul...
I have had the privilege, yes the privilege, to visit the site that is created and maintained by the J.F.KENNEDY HIGH SCHOOL, BRONX, NY...
It is a fascinating site primarily because it deals with the Mona Lisa Concepts and because it involves the input of students of 15 years old....
Well you will tell me these in essence does not make a site "special"...
But I can assure you it is a site that is fascinating me, it has captured a dynamic in me that keeps reminiscing on the topics explored in this site...
Mona Lisa, yes, I confess she has crossed my mind many times, because she has attained the status of eternity through the artist Leonardo Da Vinci...
Tastes, like fashion evolve and she remains truely the Queen of Hearts...Her smile...
Some have said that she had a "frozen" face, a neurological disorder, some said she was a very shy person, some say she never existed, some said , well everone said something about Mona Lisa....from the plumber to the king, from the museum curator to the cleaning lady....
She has transcended all dimensions and never failed us...
And this site brings in in a most convincing manner that Mona Lisa is in fact created from the portrait of the artist himself, L.Da Vinci....
And there you are transfixed, you stand still in your step, you get really puzzled, angry, dismayed....Have we been betrayed....
And I am transfixed in the intellectual quest, but I move on emotionally...Because yes it feels right and yet it can also be wrong....
It reminds me of the Angrogyne.....Romeo and Juliet, Cleopatra and Anthony, we fall for our identical half, and Leonardo was an artist, his quest brought him no doubt to his identical half, and they joined together to make the perfect unit spiritually and it is called eternity....
Leonardo had found his identical half.............and they live forever after.....And that we sense only too well...
I personally believe in this.
But again Leonardo was an artist and he could not leave without that hope of meeting his identical half, and perhaps out of desperation, he made her up....
And that in essence, that great ? which is put before us, through that unique site...cannot be ignored....And for one, I am intrigued beyond reason, and I will go back to that site as often as I can....
And I will try to feel with my soul, that eternity that is the couple Mona and Leonardo, and try to find an answer if I can....Because this is way beyond the simple intellectual quest.....
The Mona Lisa smile.......What a challenge to humanity.....
And this site is truely unique.....and I have not read articles written before me on that site, will not for now, I want to retain the purity of the unique insight / vision that site offers, and yes definitely yes, I will go back...often perhaps everyday of my life......
Thank you for bringing the greatest challenge to the open...and a new perspective has been born on that site, and the people who made it happen are very special people...Thank you so very much....
French Natural Company
Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2000 11:57:28 -0600
From: Webmaster email@example.com
We are pleased to inform you that your site has been accepted for inclusion on Educating.net, the Internet's premiere education portal. We review all site submissions, but only accept sites that are of the highest quality.
Thank you for your interest in Educating.net!
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Vote for Learning About Leonardo in Top Education Resources
Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 17:56:42 -0700
From: John Paul firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry for the delay in responding to your email. I'm on spring break now and am catching up with my e-mail. A link to your students' Learning About Leonardo has been added to Shepherd's EduLinks site. The site looks great!
Have a great day.///////// ( o o ) /---------------oOO-----o-----OOo---------------\ From: John Paul E-mail: email@example.com http://www.amug.org/~jpaul/index.html Work works when wishy washy wishing won't \-----------------------------------------------/
March 15, 2000
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Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 20:34:04 -0800
From: "Sharon Silvia - ArtTech Guide" firstname.lastname@example.org
Your kids have done a wonderful job! I have created a link to your "Learning Leonardo" site in my ArtTech For Kids, ArtTech For Teachers, and History libraries. &:^)
Thank you for bringing your kids and site to my attention. I'd never known it was created with 15 year old computers, if you hadn't told me! Keep up the good work.
About.com Guide to Art/Technology
Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2000 17:12:35 EST
We checked out your site. It is definitely an excellent resource for visitors to our site. We have placed it on our link list. Hope you can pass the word on our site to potentially interested parties. Keep up the good work!
Eric F. @149st Staff http://www.at149st.com
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 09:46:47 +0000 (GMT)
From: Bubl email@example.com
To: Steve Feld firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your suggestion. We will look at your site and as long as it appears to offer resources of sufficient academic interest we will add it to the BUBL LINK catalogue. Note that this is updated regularly but not every day, so it may be a few days before your entry appears in the catalogue.
Thank you for your interest in the BUBL service.
BUBL Information Service Email: email@example.com Tel: 0141-548-4752 WWW: http://bubl.ac.uk/
Apple Learning Interchange
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2000 08:49:53 -0600
From: Keith Mitchell firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve, we will certainly catalog your site in our searchable database and I'll try to get it highlighted on the front page. Keith Mitchell
Keith L. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Apple Computer, Inc.
2420 Ridgepoint, MS 198-ASO
Austin, Texas 78754
Internet & NewMedia Technologies Manager
Apple Learning Interchange http://www.apple.com/education/ali
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2000 08:45:26 -0500
From: "Jeff Clark" email@example.com
Learning About Leonardo is indeed everything you described. It has been helping thousands as a model research project for a number of years. Therefore, it is my pleasure to announce its selection for an Internet Brothers present in the Helpware and Community category.
Your site is now featured on our winners page http://www.internetbrothers.com/winners_mar2000.htm and will always be in our archives.
Rather than raise any confusion over our Children's Award, I think this works out better. Hopefully you agree. Thank you for inviting us to visit.
Jeff Clark, on behalf of the Internet Brothers Presents Review Panel
SchoolTech Chicago - Proposal Accepted
Bev's Special Education Place
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2000 23:57:49 -0000
From: "Bev Warn" firstname.lastname@example.org
what an incredible site the students have made. An absolute credit to you all.
I have created a link from my page. I hope you like it.
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2000 22:09:39 -0500
From: "Elaine Lindy" email@example.com
Thanks for contacting us at Whootie Owl's web site! You have a truly fascinating site; the concept of merging Leonardo's face with the Mona Lisa's is intriguing indeed. At this time we don't have a fitting category on our links page to link to your site, however we could create a new category called "For Older Kids".
Elaine L. Lindy
Whootie Owl Productions
"Absolutely Whootie: Stories to Grow By -- Fairytales & Folk Tales that Help Kids Grow" http://www.storiestogrowby.com
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Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 11:35:38 -0700
From: Deborah Phelan firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com
Welcome aboard! You truly share the vision of what we are attempting to do.
I will add your name to the MAWG list.... and perhaps you could pull together short short CV for intro.... We have long been looking for a secondary school teacher from the US to invite into our ranks, particularly as involves creation of virtual student factory and profiling of students work in the areas of the arts (inc. technology), culture.....
Are you aware of the Champion of Change study? It is referenced on the MAWG working pages. Outstanding profiles of work with inner-city students through the arts....
For starters, then.... I have a student translating the Virtual Africa site from French into English. Perhaps once that translation is complete we can turn it over to your students for Spanish??"
River Festival" is hosted in Virtual Africa http://www.olats.org/zekri/
for the working papers of site see http://www.millennaire.com/mawg.html
Will be back in touch soon.
Subject: a priority list of the pages to be translated
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 12:56:15 -0700
From: Deborah Phelan
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 11:20:28 -0700 (PDT) >To: Deborah Phelan
>From: Jocelyne Rotily >Subject: a priority list of the pages to be translated
Here is a priority list of texts to be translated. They all belong to the Virtual Africa's Gallery :
1/ Festival de l'eau :
2/ Iba Ndiaye : http://www.olats.org/africa/galerie/gal-ndiaye.shtml
3/ Guy Compaoré http://www.olats.org/africa/galerie/gal-compaore.shtml
4/Fernand Nonkouni : http://www.olats.org/africa/galerie/gal-nonkouni.shtml
5/ Moussa Kaboré : http://www.olats.org/africa/galerie/gal-kabore.shtml
6/Abdelkader Badaoui http://www.olats.org/africa/galerie/gal-badaoui.shtml
Let me know if you need further information.
Jocelyne Rotily, Curator
VIRTUAL AFRICA - AFRIQUE VIRTUELLE
Subject: Re: miksike etemplates
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 12:40:42 -0700
From: Deborah Phelan firstname.lastname@example.org
CC: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks Deborah for your good work with MoistArts (Fluid Arts) and for connecting us with Steve.
Steve, I think that perhaps the first move before doing translation job, is to try to bring students together and let them discuss what thematic unit (what topic) they would like to translate etc. The best age for students would be approx 14- 18 years old .. in that age our students are more able to communicate in English.
Great if you have contacts with students of that age. Let me know more exactly how old they are, so its easier for us to find appropriate class here in Estonia.
Glad to communicate and do the best to contribute to the MoistArt success.
Thanks for your time and sunshine,
P.S. Actually we have changed the term "etemplates" into "eworksheets", but the concept is the same.
Jakobi 41, 51006, Tartu, Estonia
http://miksike.ee (Eesti keeles)
http://miksike.com (in English)
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