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Great job Mr. Feld and Kennedy students. This website has gotten a lot of acknowledgement.Who would have ever thought Leonardo painted himself?
Bronx, NY USA - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 10:54:59 (EST)
I liked the 'Why's monalisa smiling' i entered here because i had to do an Art project and i thought that may be i couldwrite about Leonardo... and i found this. i liked it a lotand i think it's gonna be very helpful to me.i am korean but can speak english, though!!! Bye and hope you guys continue writing these cool stuff and again thanks!
Seoul, Kwang Myeong Si Korea - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 03:16:30 (EST)
I entered this site to assist my daughter w/ her assignment. I am sending this web page out to the school. Everyone should see it.
Huntington, ny USA - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 01:53:13 (EST)
The Doctor is probably right! Da Vinci often wrote in mirror/reverse script that only he could read. Who knows what this says about the way the hemispheres of his brain worked? Perhaps his were totally fuctional together unlike the rest of us. No doubt his genius made the Mona Lisa possible, and why not a joke on all the world that only he could laugh at?
Houston, Tx USA - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 20:46:34 (EST)
Springhill, N.S. Canada - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 18:55:10 (EST)
Congratulations on a great achievement and thank you for adding to the value of the Web. You have every right to be proud of "Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling?" Keep up the good work and I'll look forward to seeing more in the future. If I had an awards program, you win!
Míc Miller <email@example.com>
Bloomington, IN USA - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 15:03:10 (EST)
It's a great page to learn about Mona Lisa Smile
Singapore - Saturday, January 17, 1998 at 08:44:01 (EST)
I had the opportunity to visit the Louvre and see the Mona Lisa. I was struck by how small it was. There was a group of people surrounding it so it was very difficult to get a good look. The statue of David in Florence, on the other hand, was much bigger than I had anticipated. It is really interesting how skewed our perceptions become based on popularity, legend, etc. Based on what I have read about Leonardo, it would not come as a surprise that the Mona Lisa is a self-portrait. I think that he liked to keep people guessing.
Niagara FAlls, On Canada - Friday, January 16, 1998 at 13:41:40 (EST)
This is a wonderful place to learn about Leonardo
Bronx, NY USA - Friday, January 16, 1998 at 12:11:34 (EST)
USA - Friday, January 16, 1998 at 02:19:14 (EST)
This WEB-sie is very well done and it is really easy to read.
49420 HAMINA, Fin - Thursday, January 15, 1998 at 06:22:46 (EST)
Nice site! Interesting and educational.
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wednesday, January 14, 1998 at 18:41:23 (EST)
Mona Lisa is a masterpiece. I always thought that Leonardo painted many beautiful pictures, why not Mona Lisa?After reading your findings, I would never know that he was painting himself. But I still have doubts of why he did that.
Malaysia - Wednesday, January 14, 1998 at 07:54:08 (EST)
Studying about Da Vinci and The Mona Lisa in the 4th grade at Robinson Creek School.
Ky USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 22:38:51 (EST)
Great site and I love the logical structure.
Peter K. MacLeod <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Aylmer, QC Canada - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 18:24:31 (EST)
Hey teach!! I like it, your web site is great it's funny and interesting. In case you don't remember me I was one of your student's at JFK. Now I'm an officer in the United States Merchant Marines. USMM.
Christhian A. Mora <Camora_Jcperez@msn.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 17:07:08 (EST)
Great job teacher, I like your web site, it's interesting, funny.I specially like what you did with my drawing.
Christhian A. Mora <Camora_Jcperez@msn.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Tuesday, January 13, 1998 at 16:50:27 (EST)
I really liked your theory on Leonardo da Vinci drawing himself for the Mona Lisa. It was a good example to put the graphics of your theory on the page.I haven't visited all the sites yet, but I'm sure I will.
Warren, Oh USA - Monday, January 12, 1998 at 20:31:25 (EST)
Meglio il sito che la musica. Un "bravo" agli studenti della JFK High School. Ciao.
Milano, ITALY - Monday, January 12, 1998 at 17:07:00 (EST)
Hey there!This site looks REALLY good!Everyone who worked on this should be VERY proud of yourselves. You did a GREAT job!Congratulation on an exceptional site!-Peter
Peter Shankman <email@example.com>
New York, NY USA - Monday, January 12, 1998 at 16:27:56 (EST)
I just went to the Leonardo Lives thing in Seattle and it was great. It made me want to learn more about the guy, and after going through all this stuff, I know a LOT more. The pictures were really neat and there was a lot of information.
kirkland, wa USA - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 23:07:04 (EST)
I think that theres not going to be another man like Leonardo da Vinci that could repeat his visionary work.
León, Mexico - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 15:07:24 (EST)
Thank you. daVinci lives on.
Bow, NH USA - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 13:15:20 (EST)
Excellent, excellent work. You site is a pleasure tovisit. I will tell others about it.
Madison, SD USA - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 06:37:46 (EST)
I believe that it was because she was being entertained while she was posing for the portrait.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 03:19:19 (EST)
I enjoyed your site. I also enjoyed visiting you in your school. What you have done creating this wonderful site with 15 year old computers, 386 without hard drives and without Windows is truly amazing. You are the modern day DaVinci- artist, computer programmer, teacher and technology explorer.I hope someone gives you brand new computers so you can do better work for the kids.Very sincerely,Steve
New York, NY USA - Saturday, January 10, 1998 at 15:59:02 (EST)
Nice sites. Thanks!
Pori, FIN - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 04:36:45 (EST)
Hi Steve! I have to admit, I really just glanced around the site, but I will
definitely return as soon as I have some time to devote to it. It looks
like it could take awhile to navigate around. My computer is only 3 yrs
old, but it might as well be 15!
Ronkonkoma, NY USA - Thursday, January 08, 1998 at 11:39:33 (EST)
This is a wonderful educational site! Keep up the great work!
ny USA - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 21:59:43 (EST)
It filled in the question I had. Cool site.
MI USA - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 14:19:56 (EST)
I dont think its true. because a lady and a man is both not the same theey are both humans but they are not the same a lady + a man is not the same. My favoirtie painter is leonardo.jimmy , age 6
USA - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 12:17:36 (EST)
Cape Town, RSA - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 10:01:37 (EST)
May Your Path Of Life Always Be Filled With Light, Love, Miracles And Laughter...
Your Friend, Peggy
Amarillo, Tx USA - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 09:03:05 (EST)
Super job creating an interesting, multimedia, interactivesite. I had some time limits but want to get into theLeonardo links on my next visit. Steve, thanks for letting me know about the team. Joanne
Schenectady, NY USA - Tuesday, January 06, 1998 at 15:20:24 (EST)
we think that the painting of the Mona Lisa was himself, sort of like an enigma don't you think?
albuquerque, nm USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 15:08:33 (EST)
es muy buena e interezante
bayamon, PR USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 11:24:47 (EST)
I like the work you've done on your page
doug harvey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Newbury Park, CA USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 09:26:40 (EST)
I really enjoyed their page.
Raleigh, NC USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 08:28:16 (EST)
Interesting thesis. The students here did great work!Saludos, Ron
Mexico, Mexico - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 07:30:08 (EST)
Although I like the self portrait theory, because of the great tweaking it would have on our overly gender conscious collective conciousness. It would be quite funny that it took us a mere 500 years 'to get' the joke/irony. However, I lean towards doubting any purposeful self-portrait intent.
Portland , OR USA - Monday, January 05, 1998 at 06:18:03 (EST)
Some wonderful suggestions of why Mona Lisa is smiling...... I wold like to present my hypothises as to wyh she has such a wonderful smile on her face<>My husband tried to capture a certain smile using his camera of my face... which caught my attention to the famous painting of Mona Lisa.... my feeling is that perhaps De Vinchi was trying to capture a moment or maybe (I hate to say this but trying to cover a blemish or minor split in the wood that could only be achieved by painting a smile...)Val Turner
Val Turner (Charles T. Turners Wife) <email@example.com>
Calgary, AB Canada - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 22:58:33 (EST)
elliot lake, on Can - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 22:57:15 (EST)
good questions answered
reno, nv USA - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 20:58:56 (EST)
Great quiz...Tricky question ("Who first discovered that Mona Lisa is Smiling?")
Jim Rice <Flash@fidnet.com>
New Haven, MO USA - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 17:30:24 (EST)
Excellent job! I'm totally impressed - and soooo envious of groups such as this in high school being able to collaboratewith schools from other countries and come up with a site suchas Why Is the Mona Lisa Smiling. Pity it wasn't available when I took my art history class a long time ago (nor, for that matter,was the Internet or World Wide Web).I manage a website on languages & cultures - you're more than welcometo come visit us any time. Gayle Swanson
Gayle Swanson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Charlotte, NC USA - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 16:25:01 (EST)
Wow, that was a cool quiz. I did a few reports on the famous Leonardo Di Vinci so I was able to get them all right with ease. Please email me with more information and feel free to visit our website (http://www.fidnet.com/~flash.)Sincerely,Rob Rice (member of FlashBack Sound D.J. services)
Rob Rice <Flash@fidnet.com>
New Haven, MO USA - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 14:40:39 (EST)
I enjoyed your site. Thank you, Steve Feld, for inviting me to have a look!I think the students did an incredible job. I have bookmarked the site toexplore all its facets. Congratulations on all your awards. You should alltake pride in this marvelous accomplishment.The only suggestion I would make is to leave some instructions for people using different operating systems (Macintosh, Win95, etc.), especially forthe sound files. On my Mac running Netscape 3.01, for example, the default"Music is Playing" soundtrack was silent. However, I was able to hear theMidi format of the audio file.If you visit the ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh), you'll see that oneof my concerns is platform choice. Some of our contributors are more rabidly pro-Mac,but I respect everyone's right to choose the platform that best suits their needsand working styles. Toward that end, I advocate helping all users navigate Web sitesand explore all facets.It's a simple improvement, but I think it would be helpful to some users.Again, accolades for a terrific job!!
Belinda J. Wagner, Ph.D. <email@example.com>
USA - Sunday, January 04, 1998 at 08:17:11 (EST)
Very enjoyable visit to the Louve... I have been in Paris but had no time to visit The Louve... Next time I will make it a priority
Charles T. Turner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Calgary, AB Canada - Saturday, January 03, 1998 at 14:41:06 (EST)
Interesting, but it should have more information for research.Thanks
New Hartford, NY USA - Saturday, January 03, 1998 at 13:33:34 (EST)
Here's another viable possibility as to why Mona Lisa is smiling: According to some speculators, the Mona Lisa's enigmatic smile could be due to minstrels, dancers and other entertainers of pleasantry da Vinci had hired, who would perform for the Mona Lisa throughout the course of the sitting. Simple vivre. Sincerely yours,Therese
Therese Foster <email@example.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Saturday, January 03, 1998 at 12:07:51 (EST)
That Tiny artical will help me on my art report alot! I mean as in B- to A+ alot!
WI USA - Saturday, January 03, 1998 at 11:37:46 (EST)
Great job! I'm really impressed by the creativity and cooperation involved. Makes me wish I was a high schooler growing up now, so I could learn how to do all these marvelous "fun" things with a computer. I've just started getting acquainted with the marvels of computerland, so don't even have the vocabulary to comment adequately. But, for some reason, I feel very proud when I see the marvelous work you are able to generate for the education and entertainment of others as well as yourselves. Education definitely "should" be fun and not stuffy and overly serious. I love what you've done and hope you continue your joyful approach to learning and educating.
Carolyn Passeneau <jkpcsp10@AOL.COM>
San Diego, CA USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 16:50:15 (EST)
Congratulations on a handsome web page! It is fascinating to be reminded of the intrinsic link between art and science, embodied in DaVinci, and elucidated by Lillian Schwartz. Happy New Year and all the best for success in college and beyond.
USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 15:44:52 (EST)
a very interesting explanation which i had not heard before. thank you for bringing it to my attention.
georgetown, guyana - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 13:29:46 (EST)
I have to do a report for school. Thank you for your info!!It really helped me out.
Fort Wayne, IN USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 12:45:17 (EST)
I did a report on Leonardo Da Vinci,and I studied him and in the books i read,he was confused. Confused with his sexuallity. Which would explain your theory. Maybe there never was a "Mona Lisa". Just maybe he seen himself as a woman and the reason she's smiling is becuase is a self portrait of his happiness. He never really loved any one and being an artist myself. He was very depressed.I'm not saying I see myself as a woman..but maybe he was just very confused.And lonely..So I can see where your coming from in that theory
NC USA - Thursday, January 01, 1998 at 13:06:54 (EST)
I think you've got a funny site.My TQ page went to the semifinals, it didn't goto the finals probably because we hadnt got an internationalteam.
Etten-Leur, Netherlands - Thursday, January 01, 1998 at 13:05:43 (EST)
I really enjoed your site. Your students did a splendid job. Congretulatons, and keep up the good work.
Zagreb, HR Croatia - Thursday, January 01, 1998 at 06:26:57 (EST)
Thank you for inviting me to your site. It's amazing!Especially I like the article on Mona Lisa. The picturereminds me of my trip to Paris more than10 years ago. Of course I had a chance to find "Mona Lisa". It will take a while to read all the pages, but I'd like to try. I also made a trip to NY. I went to Bronx. I didn't gointo the school, but I saw the gate of J.F. KennedyHighschool. It's a small world!
Beppu, Oita Japan - Thursday, January 01, 1998 at 04:34:11 (EST)
I really enjoyed your site. You all did a wonderfull job, keep up the good work.
Peoria, az USA - Wednesday, December 31, 1997 at 17:34:12 (EST)
I found this article to be very interesting. Particularythe piece on the Mona Lisa. It really is amazing!!
USA - Wednesday, December 31, 1997 at 16:17:22 (EST)
Have much enjoyed several visits in past months preceeding opening day. Robert Irwin's garden site is most interesting; but much like a maze. Time will tell if he has chosen the right flora and put it in the right place.Entry by car is a pain in the neck (or elsewhere). Too many cars are being admitted without actually having reservations. As to Web Site--looks pretty much under construction. The scroll line concept is very time consuming, hard on the reader's eyes. Conventional text format would be more appropriate in our view.Then, there is a pretty obvious "hard sell" of Microsoft by inclusion. The Getty should be above touting Microsoft or anyone else. (And Bill Gates really doesn't need the help!)Lastly, as to Web Site, it should have been much better (see URL above). We look forward to many enjoyable visits to the Center and "2001".John Walsh prevailed at the right times-- and so did Richard Meier. Good thing Steven Roundtree was always there at the right time to prevent too much unnecessary conflict. -30-
Westwood, CA USA - Wednesday, December 31, 1997 at 13:37:37 (EST)
I really like your web page. Best wishes for the New Year! Your students did a splendid job!
Bronx, NY - Wednesday, December 31, 1997 at 00:48:05 (EST)
I'm a student of Sung-kyun-kwan Univ.in Korea and very interested in Leonardo's life & works.I agree to your opinion 3/4 %.(because,I think the'SFUMATO'makes people's face ambiguous.
seoul, KOREA - Tuesday, December 30, 1997 at 20:53:51 (EST)
I will be adding your web site to our educational hotlinks section. The institute for the Transfer of Technology to Education works with K-12 disctricts across the nation to infuse technology into the curriculum. What a great job your students have done. Congratulations.
Rachel Kliewer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Alexandria, VA USA - Tuesday, December 30, 1997 at 12:39:58 (EST)
Congratulations and keep up the good work!Have a great New Year.
USA - Tuesday, December 30, 1997 at 12:31:23 (EST)
Very cool....Excellent use of graphics ....
Roanoke, VA USA - Tuesday, December 30, 1997 at 12:27:27 (EST)
Nice Page... put it in my Arts section and also the Social Sciences listing for Italy.I placed your school website in our Super School listing.
Eric Matthews <email@example.com>
Portland, OR USA - Monday, December 29, 1997 at 22:03:13 (EST)
I love the background here in the guestbook area. Come and see me soon.
USA - Sunday, December 28, 1997 at 22:07:41 (EST)
We think if it was himself he painted, then maybe he really wanted to be a woman. Or could it have been a family member that resembled him. Or he could have just had some spare time and wanted to paint and didn't have a model at the time.
Eric & Bonnie Riley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
APO, AE USA - Sunday, December 28, 1997 at 14:41:34 (EST)
nifty page. :)
somewhere, USA - Sunday, December 28, 1997 at 00:49:37 (EST)
Good site, planning a trip to Europe in the summer and will definitly fit in the Vinci Museam. We liked the cards and music as well. Great anytime and especially at Christmas
Delta, BC CA - Saturday, December 27, 1997 at 20:29:30 (EST)
Have you considered next of kin?
Christchurch, New Zealand USA - Saturday, December 27, 1997 at 03:00:19 (EST)
I JUST HAVE A QUICK QUESTION. I AM CURIOUS OF THE ACTUALSIZE OF THE MONA LISA PAINTING WITHOUT ITS FRAME (IT'SDIMENSIONS)? 30 1/4" x 21"
NEPEAN, ON CANADA - Friday, December 26, 1997 at 14:54:41 (EST)
Please consider reading: Adour KK; Mona Lisa Syndrome: Solving the enigma of the Gioconda Smile, Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol:98:3,196-199, March 1989"The Mona Lisa smile is presented as a possible example of facial muscle contracture that develops after a Bell's palsy when the facial nerve as undergone partial wallerian degeneration and has regenerated. The accompanying synkinesis would explain many of the known facts surrounding the painting and is classic example of Leonardo da Vinci as the complusive anatomist who combined art and science.Or send me your snail mail address and I shall send you a reprint.
Kedar K. Adour, MD <email@example.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Friday, December 26, 1997 at 00:15:54 (EST)
I am busy researching a project for my fourth graders. Your web page was both helpful and entertaining. My fourth graders will get a kick out of seeing the image of Leonardo and the Mona Lisa "morphed" together.Thank You.
Deborah S. Reavis
Fort Bragg, N.C. USA - Thursday, December 25, 1997 at 19:23:01 (EST)
That is truly astounding, I havent taken a look at the Mona Lisa painting in a while. But you can tell a self portrait by where the eyes are looking, because the only way at least, back then to draw/paint yourself was by mirror, the eyes would be looking out instead of off. And if I remember correctly the Mona Lisa'a eyes were looking out. That is truly astounding.
Kountze , TX USA - Thursday, December 25, 1997 at 17:01:45 (EST)
This is all great news. You guys are going great guns. Let me know if you sell the movie rights. Happy Holidays.
Bronx, NY - Thursday, December 25, 1997 at 09:44:46 (EST)
Hi Steve, Here's the newsletter, I get weekly, where I saw your site.
Florida, USA - Wednesday, December 24, 1997 at 17:00:07 (EST)
I don't see the resemblance between leonardo and mona. I wish I could do all the stuff on a
home page that you did... Nice work!!!!
mims, FL USA - Tuesday, December 23, 1997 at 21:55:41 (EST)
Da vinci rules!!!!!!!
Ballwin, mo USA - Monday, December 22, 1997 at 10:01:11 (EST)
I really enjoyed your web page. The morphing picture was very interesting.
Moorpark, CA USA - Sunday, December 21, 1997 at 15:49:09 (EST)
very good this site
sorocaba , sp brazil - Saturday, December 20, 1997 at 18:51:15 (EST)
Hi,Thanks for an interesting web site. I especially liked the morphing de Vinci, an interesting theory but I bet you can do this with most artists and get a similar result.Nevertheless it is an interesting theory. I enjoyed it.I havent much time to continue my visit today but I intend to return next week and have a thorough look. A great site, congratulations.All the best,Ray Plumridge.
Ray Plumridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wellington, New Zealand - Saturday, December 20, 1997 at 15:39:24 (EST)
A great site to a great man you are most welcome to visit my siteaddress : http://www.globeserve.com/aetc/
il - Friday, December 19, 1997 at 19:22:34 (EST)
I think that this Da Vinci guy is pretty interesting. My friend is doing a
biography book report on him. My teacher is probably going to look up Da Vinci
in order to check her report...... See ya!
Lake Orion, MI USA - Friday, December 19, 1997 at 11:02:27 (EST)
We don'think it could be possible.
Rome, Italy - Friday, December 19, 1997 at 04:47:06 (EST)
This web site like totally rules dude
LaCrescent, MN USA - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 14:26:00 (EST)
You certainly deserve the awards. This is a terrific page. I'll visit it again and again and show it to former colleagues who have doubts about the value of computers in education. Thanks, Keep doing this sort of thing. You must have great teachers. Love, joy, peace and happiness in the New Year. MA
MA,(retired HS teacher, PH.D <email@example.com>
Bronx, NY USA - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 12:39:48 (EST)
USA - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 10:59:01 (EST)
GLASTONBURY, CT USA - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 09:25:17 (EST)
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)
I teach the gifted/talented students as a volunteer on the elementary school level. I teach them about different artists, but the Mona Lisa has been a hit. They also do a parody on her and come up with unique titles such as "Mona of the Enterprize". I enjoyed the site. Thank you.
j stack <firstname.lastname@example.org >
Boise, Id USA - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 16:35:47 (EST)
I a like the idea that people take note of ower history. History is very inportent for ower lives. Mr. Byron one day said: That the best prediction of the futher is the past.I hope that more people will take interest in the past because these people will be the people of the futher.Greetings from Holland.
Coen van der Ven <email@example.com>
Tilburg, Holland - Wednesday, December 17, 1997 at 04:59:10 (EST)
This dude kicks!!!!
NY USA - Tuesday, December 16, 1997 at 22:30:46 (EST)
Leonardo Da Vinci is pretty cool. I wish he was like still alive so I can talk to the dude himself.
Canisteo, NY USA - Tuesday, December 16, 1997 at 22:28:19 (EST)
Could the Mona Lisa be Leonardo's mother Caterina?
USA - Tuesday, December 16, 1997 at 21:27:20 (EST)
The mona lisa is pretty cool but I think only the eyes up are of Leonardo Da VinciAnd I think the lower part of the Painting is of Isabelle.
East Jordan, mi USA - Tuesday, December 16, 1997 at 08:24:46 (EST)
It could have been his twin sister that nobody knew about. They could have been twins that looked alike and had the same features but the opposite sex.
azle, tx. USA - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 15:54:37 (EST)
I think that you might be on to something there. it looks pretty freaky but hey who said you can't change the past?
hayword, ca USA - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 14:44:59 (EST)
I think that is really fascinating! Is there any more info on this subject? But wasn't he painting the wife of Florentine Francesco di Zanobe del Gioconda. Hey, you never know!!!
USA - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 13:40:42 (EST)
Your page is very interesting and informative.. I met your page in the contest which I lost soo bad it was embarrasing, however to see what you people have done, is wonderful.. I give you thumbs up!! Keep up the great work. Angela
NH, NH USA - Sunday, December 14, 1997 at 22:01:50 (EST)
Hi, Mr. Feld I liked that graphics and I hope you and the students keep on doing more excellent work
Bronx, NY USA - Sunday, December 14, 1997 at 18:09:55 (EST)
Great job. Bravo, Bravo, Bravo. Include a reference to the web site in all
college applications. I guess DaVinci was to cheap to hire a model.
NORWALK, CT USA - Saturday, December 13, 1997 at 20:23:14 (EST)
I think that this site was very cool. I can actually notice the features of both faces. I tell you if this isn't the best then what is? Mr.Feld I voted for you so good luck!
Bronx, NY USA - Saturday, December 13, 1997 at 12:16:40 (EST)
When the Eggmnan saw this most excellent site, he pointed the Golden Egg Award Selection Committee to it, and they agreed. Congratulations on doing a lot with a little hardware and a lot more talent. Good Show!
Alexandria, VA USA - Saturday, December 13, 1997 at 11:50:24 (EST)
I found your site about the Mona Lisa very interesting.
Quebec, Que. Canada - Friday, December 12, 1997 at 23:45:28 (EST)
MONA LISA HAS MY VOTE.
NEW CITY, NY USA - Friday, December 12, 1997 at 19:30:18 (EST)