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Date: Saturday, November 08, 1997 8:09 AM
Dear Scott Wright,
I reviewed your info on the internet. Your site is excellent. <snipped request for information> I am a vocational rehabilitation counselor who provides ergonomic info to industry, schools, clients, etc. <snip>
Karen Pullen, MA, CRC
From: Computer Access Center
Sent: Thursday, October 09, 1997 9:03 AM
Hi, Scott and Dan!
Just wanted to drop a quick line to say the TIFAQ information you have compiled and provided is simply fantastic -- what a wonderful and invaluable source of information! I have bookmarked your page for future reference, which will also be great info for the many consultations we have here at our Center. Thanks again and keep up the great work!
Norma-Jean ("NJ") Strickland
Computer Access Center [located in Culver City, basically the Los Angeles area]
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit our website at www.cac.org
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 1997 7:50 PM
Thanks for a great resource page on keyboards. I am an occupational therapist in Sacramento, working on a masters at UCDavis in medical informatics. In my clinical practice, I work with a lot of folks with UE CTDs and recommend a variety of keyboards. Your information will be helpful.
From: Chris Moore
Sent: Monday, September 29, 1997 10:37 PM
I am writing to you to tell you that your web site or a portion of it will be described in some detail in the upcoming second edition of "Safety & Health on the Internet", a book published by Government Institutes. A description, which may include text taken directly from your site, and a screen image from your site will be included in a "Top 50 Web Sites" section. Any text that is quoted will be taken from your own description of the site, your organization and/or its mission. We will not be quoting from any of the documents on the site.
This is not an advertisement, nor is it intended to be in any way promotional. This message is simply to inform you of our intentions. We will place a general disclaimer at the beginning of the section, indicating that copyright for screen images and any text quoted from the site itself belongs with the owners of the site.
We will assume that if we do not hear back from you, that this is satisfactory to you.
If you would like to read more about the first edition of the book, a description is available on the web at http://www.govinst.com/pubscatalog/products/523.html
If you would like to contact the authors, please send e-mail to Ralph Stuart at email@example.com or to me, Chris Moore, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much for your attention in this matter.
On behalf of
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Burlington, VT, USA
From: Bob Anderman
Sent: Monday, September 29, 1997 9:32 AM
Subject: Communication: Baby talk to Bytes
Discovery Channel School features hundreds of pages of lesson ideas and activities for the 40 hours of commercial-free classroom television programming airing this season on Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel. For the fall 1997 season, Discovery Channel's classroom programming focuses on five interdisciplinary themes: Body Science, Discover Magazine, Modern Presidency, Communication: Baby talk to Bytes, and Cultures Alive!
We recently evaluated hundreds of educational websites and found that your site relates well to our theme Communication: Baby talk to Bytes. It has been selected as a link for the "Related Resource" section of the program, which you can view at http://school.discovery.com/fall97/programs/understandingcomputing/resources.html.
To help you take full advantage of this Discovery Channel School honor, we have created a special logo that you may use to link from your site to our service. The location of this graphic is http://school.discovery.com/fall97/images/themes/babytalktobytes/themebanner.jpg. Please save this image to your server and use it to link to http://school.discovery.com
You might consider including the statement:
"Our site has been selected as a valuable Internet resource for Discovery Channel School's Communication: Baby talk to Bytes theme for fall 1997."
Please let me know if you will be providing a link to our site. I hope you don't mind if I follow up in a few weeks if I haven't heard back from you.
Thank you and don't hesitate to contact me with questions or comments.
Discovery Channel School Online Manager
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