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Re: In Pursuit of Excellence
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 09:01:42 +0800
From: Chris Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization: The English Schools Foundation (Hong Kong)
Have added these links to our site at: http://www.shambles.net/publ_areas/students/Art/index.html
"It's out there somewhere - the trick is finding it" Chris Smith, Head of JCSRC and IT Advisor, The English Schools Foundation, J.C.Sarah Roe Centre, 2A Tin Kwong Rd., Homantin, Kowloon, HONG KONG. tel: (852) 2760 0441 fax: (852) 2760 0799 email: email@example.com http://www.esf.edu.hk also http://www.shambles.net The online ESF Calendar is athttp://www.shambles2.net:88/ESFmain
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 11:51:38 -0700
From: Pop! Magazine firstname.lastname@example.org
We'll be taking a close look at your website. The material that you've mentioned does sound perfect for our magazine. Thanks for sending us this information.
SchoolWorld Resource Centre
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2000 00:57:28 -0400
From: John Halse email@example.com
Wow, this is good stuff, and I love the music playing, have it on now....
O.K...it's listed in Resource Arts as an excellent resource and I'll also publish it in the links newsletter.
Great stuff...:))))....I'm also asking Leni and Nina where else we might promote it for you.
SchoolWorld Internet Education
The SchoolWorld Internet Education Foundation
Subject: Re: Weird Site of the Day list nomination
Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 00:33:09 -0400
First, may I say, there is nothing weird at all about your site.
It is beautifully done and thought provoking. Your students are lucky to have such a project to work on. Graham Greene wrote that sometime during childhood a door opens and your future steps through. I think what he meant was that as young people, most of us had an opportunity to do something that made us very happy (it created the feeling of true gladness). In my case it was photography and writing that made me feel warm inside. Some of us were fortunate enough to be able to open the door a second time, later in life, with all the required training and credentials to step into our own future. It seems as though for your students you have provided a portal. I hope they will pursue art and computer science and obtain the training required so they can become the future. And I hope it brings them life-long gladness.
So, I regret to inform you that your site will not be listed as a Weird Pick of the Day. But I will find another good spot for it :) I travel tomorrow to Washington, and will be unable to work on it for about a week, but when I return, I will do something special to recognize your, and your students', work.
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Subject: RE: Re [Haa Ai] Learning About Leonardo & ArtiFAQ 21OO
Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2000 12:28:56 -0500
From: "Lessard, George" GLessard@gov.nu.ca
To: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Learning About Leonardo & ArtiFAQ 21OO http://www.egroups.com/message/haa-ai/1029
George Lessard, Media Specialist
Moderates the Haa Ai E-mail List & Archive
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From: "Ellen Lebsock" firstname.lastname@example.org
To: "Steve Feld" email@example.com
Subject: Your Extraordinary Web Site
Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2000 09:35:58 -0700"The difference between ordinary and extraordinary, is that little EXTRA!"
Every now and again we come across a place in cyberspace that is truly extraordinary - a site that is especially peaceful, tasteful and amazing to visit. When this happens Nana sets her stamp of approval upon it. We believe it's extremely important to show appreciation for a web author's efforts, considering all the LOVE and hard work that goes into making such an excellent site. There are lots of Family Friendly - Kid Safe Sites in cyberspace, but only the very best are Grandmother Tested and Approved. Plus, we want to remind them how badly the 'Net needs their contribution toward making another little quadrant of cyberspace KID Safe and Family Friendly.
Nana Ellen sends extra-special thanks to Steve Feld for telling us about Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling?, a truly extraordinary web site. Please accept this token of our appreciation for your contribution to a Kid Safe Web. If you wish, you may display our "stamp" on your web site with a reciprocal link to Nana Ellen's Kid Safe Picks.
Hugs and Blessings,
Remember - Even the sparrow finds a home
Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2000 09:49:56 -0600
From: Sandra Gaffney firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry I took so long, but finally I managed to put a link to Learning About Leonardo, you can see it at the following URL this will be only until I get to build a new page for famous people/inventors etc.
I would appreciate if you would accept Eli's Web Excellence Award, if you do, please let me know so to have you in my winners page
Upon review of your site all criteria was met or surpassed for Eli's Web Excellence Award. This award is given to outstanding WebPages and recognizes the hard work that was put into the development of your personal web site. The information that you have is very useful for teachers, parents, families, and all web surfing visitors! You have a splendid site. We look forward to visiting your site on a regular basis! About ArtiFAQ 21OO Congratulations! You have won Andy's Great kids Page Award. In reviewing your site I have found it to be of high quality and value, as well as being kid-safe, and content-rich. You should be very proud of the work you have done.
Please check if everything is correct, if not please let me know so I can fix it.
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 10:39:27 +0300
From: omma email@example.com
The art newspaper of omma gallery will include works of the last 2 months of the painters we represent. It will start by next week. We are interested to link it to your site.
We also work as artists' agents trying to arrange exhibitions all around the world for them and also to promote Greek art abroad. The last decade there has been a great development in fine arts in Greece which is worth to be shown abroad while the prices are very low in comparisson to the ones in Europe and USA because of the low monete of our country. We are open to every new idea or collaboration.
Kid SPOTS - A Universe of Cool Links
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2000 07:26:22 -0700
From: Bobbie Peachey
Thank you for the site referral. I have added both sites to the Kids Spot page.
I've quoted you very closely in the annotation. If you need the annotations changed please email me fairly short paragraphs for each site that I could place under the link as the annotation. :)
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