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Congrats on a fascinating original website. Thanks for notifying me about your site; I'm adding a link at the address above (will appear on the 7th). Best of luck!
Knoxville, TN USA - Wednesday, August 05, 1998 at 00:27:16 (EDT)
Very impressive, great fun.Well Done!
Sydney, NSW Australia - Tuesday, August 04, 1998 at 00:06:18 (EDT)
The resources located on the internet, for teachers and students, is boundless. There is a wealth of information at their fingertips. This site is great for students to reach back and take a look at the genius of a man who lived so long ago. This is a wonderful site, filled with intriguing information. Best of luck to all of you!
OK USA - Monday, August 03, 1998 at 08:21:48 (EDT)
I think mona lisa is smiling cos ... I like your site by the way
Newbury, Berkshire England - Sunday, August 02, 1998 at 10:43:28 (EDT)
Da Vinci,with his genius, left and enlightened, the worldwith his "immortallity". You don't have to be a genius.As one freind put it, in this life, "you have to make a statement"My interpretation is that you have to make a contributionto humankind like Da Vinci did. You don't have to have kids, you don't have to be blessed with talent like Da Vinci. Just know that you did your best to use your assets forhumankind, so that you know it when you face your deathbed.
loony-bin, PA USA - Sunday, August 02, 1998 at 00:03:52 (EDT)
An excellent, colorful display of talent! Looking forward tovisiting on a regular basis.
Des Plaines, IL USA - Saturday, August 01, 1998 at 18:06:26 (EDT)
Enigmatic smile...myriad possibilities.....intriguing insights!
New York, NY USA - Friday, July 31, 1998 at 16:51:01 (EDT)
A very interesting site showing the potential of learning and teaching through the arts.There is also a lot to learn here about the effective way of using the Internet as a teaching and learning tool -- considerably more than one finds on may sites.The site informed my thinking on how to encourage and promote this kinf of learning through the site of Calgary Arts Partners in Education.
Calgary, AB Canada - Friday, July 31, 1998 at 16:40:49 (EDT)
this site is chock full of information.i will never lookat mona lisa again as i have looked at it before.
memphis, tn USA - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 23:20:56 (EDT)
this was a very informative and enjoyable site
memphis, tn USA - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 22:54:07 (EDT)
I think this site is extremely important for many reasons. It reminds us of how great genius can truly be and of a man who had unusual talent. This reminds us, especially educators like myself, of how important art education and interdisciplinary education really is. Leonardo made great contributions toward mankind in the true tradition that was interdisciplinary education of his time. He created sets for plays that moved and changed, a model for the tank, submarine, explosive shell, parachute, a working model for the airplane and car and much more. I spoke to my students today about Leonardo Da Vinci and they found it hard to believe that a man did this 500 years ago. One student asked a question for which I had no answer. My student wondered why someone thought about these things 500 years ago it took people so long to develop them.I realized that this was what was truly great about Da Vinci and that this was a true argument for recent statistical information that people who study the arts do better not only in being creative but in other areas totally unrelated to the arts such as business. Da Vinci was a great draftsman, he was the first person permitted by the Pope to draw a human corpse but he was only permitted to do it from a memory of the dissection. Each night after watching a dissection he would go home and draw. His drawings were so accurate they were used by medical school up until modern times. I also once heard that the human face has a large number of muscles and that Leonardos unusual knowledge of anatomy is what allows him to pull off the impression that the Mona Lisa is smiling when viewed one way and not smiling when viewed another way but that no matter how hard we look it is impossible to tell which.I believe that that it is important to recognize the great genius of Leonardo Da Vinci so that we understand the importance of interdisciplinary education. I think this site does a great service towards that end and as such is an important hub of innovative thinking. I think we all owe thanks to its creators.
Ron Wolsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New York City, NY USA - Thursday, July 30, 1998 at 22:27:07 (EDT)
Nice site. It is good to see the internet being used by students to share information learned. I also worked on a page for my social studies class. This page was created to help students with their research paper. Hopefully, the internet can be used more and more as a research tool.
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, July 29, 1998 at 17:23:55 (EDT)
I would love to here the input of somebody with psycholocical or psychiatrictraining or credentials, or that of somebody that knows such a person, whatwould possess Leonardo to use this type of self-expression.I don't know his history that well to know if he was aware that he had famein his day. I don't believe he knew how famous this paintingwould be or that we'd be discussing on the www. Please include you credentialswith your guestbook comment.
Roslyn, PA USA - Wednesday, July 29, 1998 at 16:04:09 (EDT)
With respect to my recent guest comment, that possibly hehad homosexual tendencies and was "getting back" at thestraight world, I'd like to refine my comment. Possibly,it had to do with the 7-25-98 guest comment that he wasgetting in touch with his feminine self. Additionally, whatever the case, maybe he wasn't "getting back", but that sinister smile was his way of saying that he hadinsight into the human condition that was too stig-matized in his time to say out loud without ridicule.
Roslyn, PA USA - Wednesday, July 29, 1998 at 15:16:54 (EDT)
Melville, NY USA - Wednesday, July 29, 1998 at 11:48:34 (EDT)
Possibly, Leonardo had homosexual tendencies, and a women in drag with that sinister smile was his ultimate "getting back" at the straight world.
Roslyn, PA USA - Tuesday, July 28, 1998 at 21:47:16 (EDT)
Lovely, aesthetic site. Thanks! What a great way to start a day. I was both referred to your site via my e-mail, and found it via a student who was searching for data on extraordinary people.I was enthralled then as I am today, seeing it blissfully alone.
USA - Tuesday, July 28, 1998 at 21:23:10 (EDT)
I am a Professor at Manhattanville College in the Graduate Teacher Education Division. Hubby and I admire daVinci and love puzzles. Have papers to grade, so will explore in future. Thx.
USA - Monday, July 27, 1998 at 21:36:50 (EDT)
Great site! Very informative and well planned. Kudos to all involved.
Jackson Heights, NY USA - Monday, July 27, 1998 at 17:28:41 (EDT)
This is a great site! I particularly liked Leonet and the Louvre links. Very informative. Good job!
Eugene, OR USA - Monday, July 27, 1998 at 16:46:28 (EDT)
Great website. We will be happy to link it with the NIE site at newsday.com
Melville, NY USA - Monday, July 27, 1998 at 09:37:13 (EDT)
I am fascinated that all of you have come so far, considering all the major obstacles in your path. Everyone should be so proud that this joint effort and determinationhas been so successful. BRAVO. It is more than a faitaccompliet. Thanks, Ellie Lazarin, Program Coordinator, Project for Social and Emotional Learning at Columbia University Teachers College
Ellie Lazarin < Elazarin@aol.com>
Riverdale, NY USA - Sunday, July 26, 1998 at 21:25:01 (EDT)
"Mona Lisa was a man!".......This was one of the expressions that ran around during the 1960's when I was a young airman in the U.S. Air Force. Whenever one didn't agree with someone else's point of view.. a common retort was to respond back... "Mona Lisa was a man."... This served to, in effect, to tell others to end the confrontation..... No one ever could "explain" the saying... but... now.... with the "morph".. of DaVinci.... I am almost convinced that it was his self-portait as a "women"... We here people say, today... "get in touch with your feminine self"... etc.... so.. maybe that is what DaVinci was doing hundreds of years ago!!!!!
Larry Smith <email@example.com>
Rantoul, IL USA - Saturday, July 25, 1998 at 22:04:45 (EDT)
This the 1st time here. Cant wait to "look around"I will talk to all later.
Metairie, La. USA - Saturday, July 25, 1998 at 21:45:52 (EDT)
I am interesting in your pages. I've ever learned and seen in the artbooks when I were studying in highschool.But I see it on your website which it make me to close up Leonardo Da Vinci. He is my art-life teacher. May you (Da Vinci) be in the Heaven forever.Thank you for your keeping the beautiful world.
Carrollton, VA USA - Saturday, July 25, 1998 at 10:07:20 (EDT)
Keep up the good work ! Best of luck on your future endevors !
San Jose, Ca USA - Friday, July 24, 1998 at 16:13:11 (EDT)
I am a student at Misssissippi State University and I will graduatenext May in Elementary Education. I am doing research onhow schools use the Internet and I read an article aboutWhy Mona Lisa is Smiling. I want to tell you that you have done an excelent job on creating a web page and collaborating with others through the Internet. I am also doing research on that.Look at my web page and see the final results. I would like to know ifI could use your page as an example of how schools are using theinternet? E-mail me back and let me know. Thanks Robin Ann
Meridian, MS USA - Friday, July 24, 1998 at 11:50:23 (EDT)
Interesting web site--I got a real kick out of the theory that Leonardo painted himself--it certainly explains the smile. And if it's true, Leonardo must have been laughing all the way to the next reality!
Urbana, IL USA - Friday, July 24, 1998 at 09:26:50 (EDT)
I LOVE THIS WEBSITE THANKYOU
MCALSTER, OK USA - Friday, July 24, 1998 at 01:09:56 (EDT)
My friend told me about this magnificent website. It is even more beautiful, more interesting and more informative than she described. I love the many options. I intend to come back to it again.
New Rochelle, NY USA - Thursday, July 23, 1998 at 18:34:46 (EDT)
As a physician and an art lover I want to commend you on this magnificent website. There seems to be something in it for every interest. I remember seeing the Mona Lisa in Paris when I was young. This site brings back old memories and stimulates new thoughts. It is beautifully designed and extremely informative. In addition, it is fun to work with. Thank you for a job well done.
Jay Schechtman M.D. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Memphis, TN USA - Wednesday, July 22, 1998 at 20:41:06 (EDT)
Dear Steve Feld, Thank you for the invitation to visit your website. Congratulations on your recent awards! Your students did a fabulous job, especially considering the equipment they had to work with. I plan to visit the site often and hope to introduce my 6th- 8th gradeart students to it in the fall.
Michelle Hardison-Harrell <email@example.com>
Raleigh, NC USA - Tuesday, July 21, 1998 at 22:05:42 (EDT)
I am very impressed the variety of experiences you have presented on your pages....the onlinetest, the animated gifs and morphing, the analysisof a "theory" that may or may not be true showscritical thinking and imagination.I will be sending my community college studentsto your site when we look at Leonardo. I'm surethey will find it entertaining and insightful.Congratulations on your project. I am impressed.June WoestArt InstructorDistance EducationHouston Community College
June Woest <Woest_J@hccs.cc.tx.us>
Houston, Tx USA - Tuesday, July 21, 1998 at 15:51:37 (EDT)
I really enjoyed your site. It was very interesting and gave many good facts. I hope you will continue to make many more sites about many things in the future. Thank you for the lovely site.Victoria Age:12
Yellowknife, NT Canada - Tuesday, July 21, 1998 at 05:03:13 (EDT)
This site is a great addition to Yahooligans! Congratulations on the good work.
Santa Clara, CA USA - Monday, July 20, 1998 at 14:27:07 (EDT)
I have always been fascinated with Leonardo's work since I was little.I was really impressed with all the works you guys have done to createthis web site. Anyway, regarding Dr. Lillian Schwartz discovery, hhmmmm, I am not sure about that though.
Slippery Rock, PA USA - Sunday, July 19, 1998 at 21:19:20 (EDT)
The reason that the Mona Lisa is smiling is because, everyone in the world, is starring at her, and she doesn't know why. Wouldn't you?
Rocky Mount, NC USA - Sunday, July 19, 1998 at 20:40:02 (EDT)
I learn at home, and I like many pictures. I could be almost positive that Leonardo da Vinci really was trying to paint himself in the Mona Lisa.I love his pictures so much that I am going to try to learn to draw them by copying them myself if it's okay with you!
Emma, age 6
Richmond, IN USA - Saturday, July 18, 1998 at 21:14:12 (EDT)
Kibbutz Sa'ar, Israel - Saturday, July 18, 1998 at 05:42:10 (EDT)
Rome, Italy - Friday, July 17, 1998 at 22:50:59 (EDT)
VERY GOOD, KEEP UP THE HARD WORK!
USA - Friday, July 17, 1998 at 03:03:53 (EDT)
Even if the portraits of the Mona Lisa and Leonardo have been lined up in a computer and match up it still proves little, because every artist subconsiously replicates themselves in their work someway. So although I don't agree with Dr. Shwartz's theory your students did an excellent job on this project.
Yonkers, NY USA - Thursday, July 16, 1998 at 16:49:42 (EDT)
I ENJOY THE QUIZ VERY MUCH, IT`S VERY GOOD FOR MY STUDENTS TOO!
longlac, canada - Thursday, July 16, 1998 at 16:22:20 (EDT)
I am a special education teacher. I taught 2 years in a H.S. in Illinois, and recently moved to New York City two weeks ago. I look forward to all the many wonderful experiences and opportunities the City holds. Thanks for a wonderful evening and the great advice, this was a fun site.
Lucie A. Holman <Lucie@parkli.com>
New York, NY USA - Thursday, July 16, 1998 at 00:24:57 (EDT)
I'm shock just to think that the monalisa may be a self portrait of Leonardo Da Vinci. This page is the best one so far, keep it up.
HAWTHORNE, CA USA - Wednesday, July 15, 1998 at 17:55:00 (EDT)
great work guys!!
bombay, mh india - Wednesday, July 15, 1998 at 12:29:01 (EDT)
This is a great site. Job well done! Keep up the good work!
Boise, ID USA - Tuesday, July 14, 1998 at 18:46:07 (EDT)
I guess I was pretty excited when I saw and heard the music of Mona Lisa OR should I say that of Leonardo Da Vinci.I really did not expect such a well compiled web site for a topic after watching a plethora of Titanics and other similar engimas and renowned tales of mankind.I do hope more research is carried on by the brilliant guys and girls who are really out to solve the enigmatic smile of Mona Lisa (or should it be Leonardo's !!)
Calcutta, WB India - Tuesday, July 14, 1998 at 11:13:31 (EDT)
EXCELLENT! I'LL BE BACK WHEN I HAVE MORE TIME. LOVED THE MAY DAY SECTION.
RICHARD F. WILLIAMS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
INDIANA, PA USA - Tuesday, July 14, 1998 at 10:12:30 (EDT)
I love this web site! I was a student from Manhattanville and was able to explore your site when I visited Future Kids! I love Da Vinci! I'm happy to sign in!
Valhalla, NY USA - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 22:32:57 (EDT)
I am going into the fifth grade. I don't know what kind of teacher I am having. The website has pretty colors. I use computers at school. Some of my friends in school would like it. It is very powerful and good and pretty.I used to live in Russia. We had some computers in Russia too. That's all for now.
Agora, CA USA - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 17:31:07 (EDT)
I think this is a great program! You all already know so much more about technology and the Web than I ever did at your age! You should all be able to get great jobs in the high-tech industry after you graduate. Good luck!
Amy Fenstermaker <email@example.com>
Oakland, CA USA - Sunday, July 12, 1998 at 13:26:21 (EDT)
Absolutely Superb Site!
PONTEFRACT, West Yorkshire UK - Saturday, July 11, 1998 at 16:39:39 (EDT)
You have done an excellent job of creating a site to meet a specific purpose. I wish you well in condinuing to develop this site.
>Professor D.R. Georgi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bakersfield, ca USA - Friday, July 10, 1998 at 20:03:43 (EDT)
I am an educator and am impressed by the level of sophistication in your site! I have bookmarked your site and intend on enjoying it again! Outstanding job!
>Laurie Clark <email@example.com>
Bakersfield, CA USA - Friday, July 10, 1998 at 17:56:26 (EDT)
The site looks good! Solid research, great educational project, and I enjoyed the morphing of Da Vinci into the Mona Lisa.Bob Nydam, Art Center College/Pasadena, CA
Robert Nydam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pasadena, CA USA - Thursday, July 09, 1998 at 14:03:46 (EDT)
This page is really amazing. I saw the Mona Lisa in Paris last summer. It is a very small painting. My dad said it looked like a man, and now I guess that's why. I really think you did a great job with this web page. Keep up the good work!
NJ USA - Wednesday, July 08, 1998 at 12:53:36 (EDT)
What a great site! I cannot believe that it was made with computers from the early 1980s. I hope to see more sites like this in the future.
Winnipeg, MB Canada - Tuesday, July 07, 1998 at 20:03:13 (EDT)
You've got a great site. Well put together with a great use of web interaction. We have added a link at Homeschool Central on our art resources page. Intriguing idea, a self portrait.
Dan Hammes <email@example.com>
Denver, CO USA - Tuesday, July 07, 1998 at 19:33:39 (EDT)
This is an excellent art site--one of the best I've seen. It's both entertaining and educational. You all did a fabulous job!
MN USA - Tuesday, July 07, 1998 at 15:12:15 (EDT)
This website is an adventure. What fun!! Leonardo continues to amaze us - thanks to people like you. We are so impressedwith your research and theories that we are linking you to ourwebsite as a feature (with your permission, of course). Oursis an art service for visual artists and Leonardo's geniusis truly appreciated by one and all. Thankyou for the entireexperience -not only of the Mona Lisa's smile but also of themusic and the information on the book about Leonardo'searly life. All very interesting and new to a lot of people.Your school must be very proud of you and your contribution.
Emeryville, CA USA - Tuesday, July 07, 1998 at 13:14:30 (EDT)
great page, but the quiz was too short, congrats, bye
Morelia, Michoacan MEXICO - Tuesday, July 07, 1998 at 11:57:05 (EDT)
I appreciate your great standard of outlook and the high intellectual level of your pages.:-)Ilpo
Vantaa, Finland - Tuesday, July 07, 1998 at 11:53:24 (EDT)
leonardo could have been the smartest man alive to create a smile that in time would become more telling with age and experience. Mona is the Xena of yesteryears
Hollywood, CA USA - Monday, July 06, 1998 at 03:40:08 (EDT)
Once again, it was a pleasure looking through this site. This time I learned a little bit about Lillian and it was nice to read her theories. Her findings would be good for students to analyze and weigh out to see whether they agree or disagree with her thoughts!
USA - Sunday, July 05, 1998 at 23:32:23 (EDT)
I greatly admire your interesting and helpful site. Of course I am also a great fan of Leonardo.Keep up the good work!
Darien, ct USA - Sunday, July 05, 1998 at 20:00:15 (EDT)
I continue to review this site and continue to be amazed on the information it provides. It is an excellent site that I would recommend it to all my students and parents that visit Futurekids. Wishing you continued success!
New York, NY USA - Saturday, July 04, 1998 at 19:43:08 (EDT)
I loved the way you faded in the Mona Lisa painting from Leonardoda Vinci's picture. That technique really makes a strong play for him to be painting himself.
White Plains, NY USA - Saturday, July 04, 1998 at 19:10:09 (EDT)
I found the information very interesting and enjoyed reading about it.
USA - Friday, July 03, 1998 at 17:59:47 (EDT)
This is an excellent work with lots of good information.I'm impressed with the advanced html work. Best Regards Bob
Vancouver, B.C. Canada - Friday, July 03, 1998 at 09:09:22 (EDT)
Hello! I was just on the web and was thrilled to see my old high school has a webpage! I am so excited! My name is Maria Lopez-Bernstein, grad of 1982. I am currently the Sr. Health Educator/HIV Counselor at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. AnemoneNYC@aol.com I participated as a volunteer in the 1982 Special Olympics and remember fondly my years at JFK! Congrats on your webpage! I wish we had computers back then!
Maria Lopez-Berstein <MLB235@aol.com>
New York, USA - Friday, July 03, 1998 at 07:10:50 (EDT)
I liked the whole page except the marquee at the beginning. Also make the background on the guestbook page flow a little subtler. Aside from that...Great Site
El Paso, Tx USA - Thursday, July 02, 1998 at 19:53:54 (EDT)
A Super Site! I went to the school today to register for summer extra credit classes and I saw how big the school is this really freaks me out but I feel honored to go.
Bronx, NY USA - Thursday, July 02, 1998 at 16:21:31 (EDT)
Thank you for telling me about your site. I think it would be a valuable addition to the Association for Childhood Education International's Later Childhood Resource List. I will recommend it to our Vice President Representing Later Childhood/Early Adolescence.Very nice job! I think Mona Lisa is really a 20 something Leonardo.Marilyn Gardner, ACEI Director of Marketing
Marilyn Gardner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Olney, MD USA - Wednesday, July 01, 1998 at 19:41:49 (EDT)
i do agree that leo looks similar to mona. now i understand why she isn't as pretty as i would imagine.
honolulu, hi USA - Wednesday, July 01, 1998 at 16:23:15 (EDT)
An incredibly inspiring site! Thank you for letting meknow about it. Congratulations! Go on with the great job!
Sao Paulo, Brasil - Wednesday, July 01, 1998 at 16:21:13 (EDT)
Inglewood, CA USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 22:47:10 (EDT)
I agree with the theory that he painted himself as a woman. I wish there was more literature available for the general public.
Wichita, KS USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 16:20:31 (EDT)
Thank you for the opportunity to view such a worthwhile work. The students are to be applauded.
Ernestine Brittingham Brown <email@example.com>
Magnolia, DE USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 11:10:31 (EDT)
great kids! Enjoy your holidays!Pierre
Taipei, tw - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 09:54:11 (EDT)
Great work! I can't wait to share your page with my students in Sept.
Mrs. Ward- Roncalli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 01:42:10 (EDT)
this is wonderful...truly wonderful
palo alto , ca USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 00:15:23 (EDT)
"Mona Lisa is a drag queen" ~ a song by the Velvet Mafia :). I didn't take that seriously at first, but now it appears to be true. Oh, and nice website.
New York, NY USA - Monday, June 29, 1998 at 23:47:07 (EDT)
hi ! i am from califonia and we are doing a projecton Leonardo Da Vinci , we would like to have feedback if anyone can send me articles, etc.. biographi or recent info they've had on him thanks!, and hope to hear from you..oh yah it's due next week so hurry t up! ok thanks!, SINCERELY, carmen
escondido, ca - Monday, June 29, 1998 at 16:28:00 (EDT)
Nice web Desgin.. especially on the Older machines.. cant wait to see what you can do on your new Dell Machines . Fred Rugen System Engineer Dell Computer Corp.
Fred Rugen <Fred_Rugen@Dell.Com>
Lake Grove, NY USA - Sunday, June 28, 1998 at 22:33:00 (EDT)
I have to tell you frankly that I know almost nothing about the computer. I was lucky to be visiting a neighbor yesterday who uses the Internet. He was kind enough to connect me to this wonderful website. My daughter has been urging me to look at it for quite some time. I asked her this morning to write my comment in the guestbook for me. Congratulations on a great job. I was a elementary school principal for many years and I can tell what a terrific educational resource this can be. I want to wish the educator and students who created this site much success in the future.
Henry Schechtman <c/o email@example.com>
Broward county, Florida USA - Sunday, June 28, 1998 at 11:06:50 (EDT)
I thought the theory of the doctor was very interesting and seems to be proving
itself correct. I enjoyed listening to the music by Leonardo DaVinci. How did
you get the pictures and where did you find the music? There is really nothing
that I can say that I did not like about it. Keep up the good work. Jessica
Somers, NY USA - Saturday, June 27, 1998 at 21:03:55 (EDT)
The Mona Lisa - A Jewel of History..!!!
Yonkers, N.Y. USA - Saturday, June 27, 1998 at 20:00:12 (EDT)
wonderful wonderful wonder-full fully full of wonderi dig da page
chico, ca USA - Friday, June 26, 1998 at 18:07:54 (EDT)
Well, I am not sure why Mona Lisa is smiling in this enigmatic way. I do not know if the model was Leonardo da Vinci himself. What I know is that you did a wonderfull work! All the best to all of you from Greece!
Athens, GREECE - Friday, June 26, 1998 at 16:25:40 (EDT)
Da Vinci's pictures are very beautiful. But i don't like the pic of Mona Lisa,
wanna know why? Mail me! About this page, it've many info. I've add it to my favorite
links!Mail me at: ...
Kowloon, Hong Kong - Friday, June 26, 1998 at 07:24:49 (EDT)
Unique! I really enjoyed your site very much. I used to draw some but I haven't done any lately. I have some of my art works I did over 10 years ago on my website. You can see them at Welcome to My World.
Matsuyama, Ehime Japan - Thursday, June 25, 1998 at 09:42:58 (EDT)
Congratulation!It's wonderful site.Very excited!!!I'm glad to hear from you.I can't speak English,but I want to enjoy with you.
Kitakyushu, JAPAN - Thursday, June 25, 1998 at 04:41:08 (EDT)
As a perspective teacher and an avid user of the internet, I think your site has a very comprehensive list of links for teachers as wellas students. You have saved teachers a great deal of time and energylooking for valuable links. You've done the work for us.Thank you!!!!!
Larry Chatzinoff Manhattanville College
USA - Wednesday, June 24, 1998 at 21:59:21 (EDT)
What a fabulous site.
New Rochelle, NY USA - Wednesday, June 24, 1998 at 20:58:49 (EDT)
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! IT'S A WONDERFUL SITE!!! Really Cool!!!. I love arts!
La Plata, Argentina - Wednesday, June 24, 1998 at 20:48:35 (EDT)
Thank you for contacting us. We will visit your site again next term (after July 20, 1998)Mrs. Robyn Horne.
FARMBOROUGH ROAD PUBLIC SCHOOL <firstname.lastname@example.org>
WOLLONGONG, NSW AUSTRALIA - Tuesday, June 23, 1998 at 23:45:32 (EDT)
you students should congratulate yourselves on a fine job! I'll use your site to show my students what an informative and well-done site looks like. Keep up the good thinking!
Phoenix, AZ USA - Tuesday, June 23, 1998 at 12:14:10 (EDT)
What a thorough place. Hop on and ride it. Does true education cross into each preconceived boundary of curriculum in turn smashing the boundary?The internet can be a culturally enriching journey. Good Luck with the GRAND PRIZE!
Norwalk, CT USA - Tuesday, June 23, 1998 at 11:30:02 (EDT)
Nice site. I hope someone nominates it for the NAWeb 98 Awards. Rik
Fredericton , NB Canada - Monday, June 22, 1998 at 08:49:18 (EDT)
Oceanside, CA USA - Monday, June 22, 1998 at 01:22:46 (EDT)
I am now a senoir in high school. I am always interested in learning--this website is ideal. I am really fascinated with tecchnolgy advances. Keep up the good work.
Bronx, NY USA - Sunday, June 21, 1998 at 12:50:52 (EDT)
Dad and I really enjoyed your site a lot...looks like you put a lot of work into it. Beege
PA USA - Sunday, June 21, 1998 at 09:23:40 (EDT)
pretty cool sight.
Osseo, Wi USA - Sunday, June 21, 1998 at 00:08:30 (EDT)
great site for art-lovers like me.
Miami, Fl USA - Saturday, June 20, 1998 at 03:42:27 (EDT)
The Website is amazing and you have gotten a tremendous amount of responses for this website and I can truly see why. The amount of awards you have received is quite impressive. The Vitruvian man is great fun to be able to click on his hands.
New York, NY USA - Friday, June 19, 1998 at 10:39:43 (EDT)
i loved your site but was disappointed that you still did not tell why the mona lisa was smiling. email email@example.com
Rusk, Tx USA - Thursday, June 18, 1998 at 14:05:10 (EDT)
Hello Mr. Feld;I was surprised to see Shreveport, La. "Captain" school listed.It was a nice site to visit.I look forward to seeing more interesting links as the summer will be with us shortly.Great Site!Regards,Rich Pero
Richard Pero <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pleasantville, NY USA - Wednesday, June 17, 1998 at 18:08:42 (EDT)
Your site is great!! I have always loved the Mona Lisa, and back in the 50's
Nat King Kole did such a good job on the Mona Lisa song that I had to say "Thank
Copperopolis, CA USA - Wednesday, June 17, 1998 at 18:07:08 (EDT)
I think that the MONA LISA is a very important painting because of her remarkable secret. Her secret identity is finally revealed at this web site and explains why Leonardo da Vinci painted MONA LISA.
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, June 17, 1998 at 11:01:03 (EDT)
I THINK IT IS A VERY GOOD WEB PAGE AND SINCE WE ARE DOING LEONARDO IN HISTORY AT FERNDALE HIGH SCHOOL IT GIVES ME A LOT OF INFORMATION
JOHANNSBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - Wednesday, June 17, 1998 at 10:15:26 (EDT)
Great Stuff!!!This September I will be involved in a student-created web site project. I would like to know more about how this web site was planned and developed.
Brooklyn, NY USA - Tuesday, June 16, 1998 at 21:20:15 (EDT)
I find this site to be intensifyingly educational.Your indepth research cues my interest in Leonardo. I was also so amazed that you did so much with such old equipment.
New York, N.Y USA - Tuesday, June 16, 1998 at 11:06:59 (EDT)
Great job guys! Amazing and very interesting!
Taiwan - Monday, June 15, 1998 at 18:01:32 (EDT)
I view it as Leonardo having had painted himself as a woman - does Mona Lisa mean anything in particular?
harrison, ny USA - Monday, June 15, 1998 at 10:47:19 (EDT)
I think that it could either be a painting of Da Vinci as he would see himself as a woman or a tribute to his mother as mentioned by Partricia,the New York Graduate.
Wingham, nsw Australia - Monday, June 15, 1998 at 01:48:23 (EDT)
I looked at many links on this site, particularly the planets, and I was saturated with information. As far as Mona Lisa goes, I would use the beguiling image to get kids to morph their own faces with their relative's portraits to see family resemblances. Also the whole series, "Separated At Birth" deals with famous people who resemble each other, such as Ringo Starr and Yasser Arafat. That could be fun also, morphing famous people or people in the headlines. Maybe morphing newsmakers with "regular" people. Just a thought!
Purchase, NY USA - Sunday, June 14, 1998 at 18:18:11 (EDT)
Hello, my name is Patricia and I am a gradute of New York University and I was intrigued at the likeness of Da Vinci and the portrait of the Mona Lisa. I truly do believe that the face was that of his mother's, for only a child or a loved one can paint a portrait from memory of someone dear. Now whether that is how Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa is a question but I think that it was a tribute of a loving son to his mother to eternally capture her beauty as he remebered her as a child. I was also very surprised to find out that Leonardo Da Vinci was a composer. Thank you for offering such an informative and interesting site.
Patricia Okoh-Esene <email@example.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Sunday, June 14, 1998 at 16:38:37 (EDT)
What a wonderful, creative, and thought-provoking project!I'm fascinated by the material you have presented here, andimpressed by your web design skills. Kudos on a job well done.
North Canton, OH USA - Sunday, June 14, 1998 at 14:51:04 (EDT)
You have a very good and easy to read site.Richard RoehmDeaf@activist.com
Richard Roehm <Deaf@activist.com>
Santa Ana, CA USA - Thursday, April 16, 1998 at 11:53:39 (EDT)
Congratulations to he students of this JFK High School Web Site for winning the contest and for sharing with the wide world your enthusiastic interest in the life and times of Leonardo da Vinci. My answer to your quest: "Why is the Mona Lisa smiling" is that her smile is now a happier smile as in my book Mystery of the Mona Lisa, the truth about her portrait is finally out! RINA DE' FIRENZE, Author of MYSTERY OF THE MONA LISA.
New York, NY USA - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 19:10:50 (EST)