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Re: Valuable list of Art Resources going off the Web


From: The Austin's (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Jul 29 2003 - 22:15:22 PDT

Me too! That's why I spent hours taking my e-mail address off of EVERY page
and just leaving it on a few key pages. That was the #1 most important
webpage advice I ever got from this list. It sure cut down on those crank
letters. What always amazes me most is that true professionals may bring
something that needs "fixed" to my attention, and they do it in a
non-offensive way. I also get annoyed when people pull stuff from my site
with no credit to me or my sources. My 100 drawing ideas was taken from my
university and an attempt at credit was given by me. I have seen this exact
list on 2 other sites with no credit to my school or my site. Makes me
wonder... Oh well, I sleep well at nights anyway. :-)

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Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 5:46 PM
Subject: Re: Valuable list of Art Resources going off the Web

> Michal, those people who send only nasty comments with nothing positive
> to say after you have gone to so much trouble to SHARE your ideas TRULY
> need to get a life, a job, some prozac, or a therapist! It's so easy to
> just ignore something that is not for you....what must go through their
> minds as they are writing their nasty email? What satisfaction do they
> gain? It baffles me....
> Linda
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