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NEWPAGE } # End of "else" block # All done, get out exit; ################## format statements ########################## # format for mailing.... 3 lines of 70 characters each # If there are less than 3 lines, they will not be sent (that's # what the "~" at the front is for) # LOOKS LIKE ONLY 3 lines are taken even though you can type more # Formats the comments written on form? # The format statement is better explained in the Perl book # with the llama on the cover. ####### NOTE: The following are all on one line each!!!!!!! format MAIL = ~^<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< $dataout ~^<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< $dataout ~^<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< $dataout . ########################end of script################ 95 |Comment: Number 6 | jgyip@mailbox.syr.edu | Jean-Luc Picard | 128.230.71.11 | syru71-011.syr.edu | 8:23:37 10/27/95 |Comment: Don't you think that the guy in #2 looks like my Lieutenant Data? Number 3 | steffenc@cs509vi.whiteman.af.mil | chris steffen | 137.1.142.112 | 137.1.142.112 | 14:56:29 10/27/95 |Comment: #2's composition appeals to me but but with a little help his tinting would be much better. May I suggest using chalks instead of oils at this time to limit the amount of streaking of the print. Number 2 | 102565.635@compuserve.com | Donald G. Pollack | 199.174.140.37 | ad13-037.compuserve.com | 16:23:12 10/27/95 |Comment: I first thought the quality wasn't so great. But I liked the composition. It was a toos up between #1 AND #2 BUT WHEN i READ IT WAS HAND COLORED BLACK AND WHIT i APPRECIATED IT MUCH MORE. iT'S HARD TO Number 1 | jlum02@hills.ccsf.cc.ca.us | Jensen Lum | 130.212.10.168 | pluto.sfsu.edu | 18:54:14 10/27/95 |Comment: "Peace, man." Number 2 | jussi.vuorisalmi@ntc.nokia.com | Jussi Vuorisalmi | 131.228.134.53 | daliath.tele.nokia.fi | 23:21:7 10/27/95 |Comment: Number 2 | Kai.Tusa@ntc.nokia.com | Kai Tusa | 131.228.134.150 | europe.tele.nokia.fi | 1:48:24 10/28/95 |Comment: Soft light makes soft skins. #5 shows you how you can make your little daughter to look like a moron just by using the flash. Number 4 | Rhonda_Peek@qmgate.arc.nasa.gov | Rhonda Peek | 128.102.214.240 | n213-je-comtalk2-17.arc.nasa.gov | 10:12:52 10/28/95 |Comment: Number 3 | dstrate@eskimo.com | Don Strate | 204.71.151.52 | don.tpl.lib.wa.us | 13:1:33 10/29/95 |Comment: Number 6 | DRLIT@vax1.mankato.msus.edu | Karl A. Matz | 134.29.25.40 | 134.29.25.40 | 13:22:23 10/29/95 |Comment: All are nice but #6 asks the viewer to look more closely - something is happening here and some of the story is not immediately apparent. A cute child is nice, but everyone has one of those. A picture SHOULD Number 3 | rhiggins@geol.uwa.edu.au | Richard Higgins | 130.95.128.6 | styx.uwa.edu.au | 18:26:12 10/29/95 |Comment: Number 3 easy. Apart from 2 all the rest are simply snapshots. 3 has a nice soft focus, but baby doesn't seem to pleased about geing kissed Number 5 | rcroberts@tasc.com | Renee Roberts | 147.81.54.67 | pc525.isg.rest.tasc.com | 8:5:18 10/30/95 |Comment: Number 6 | jgyip@mailbox.syr.edu | Ernie Kovacs | 128.230.71.11 | syru71-011.syr.edu | 10:50:13 11/1/95 |Comment: I can see why the net is a new MEDIUM for photography - your exhibit is neither RARE nor WELL DONE.