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Post by Sarajan » Sun, 01 Sep 1996 04:00:00



So, its me, Sarajane, hoping that this gets out there...i'm a complete
***twit, but am hoping  SOMEBODY out there could do this/tell me
how...how about establishing a file that we can all tap into, and we
could all list our favorite sources' adresses, phone order no.s, etc.
i've been posting some of mine (not that theymade it out)like American
Art Clay, Clothildes, the Clay Factory, etc...i will repost, if there's
an interest, and if someone will assure me that this is not just a
typing exercise for me..(hello,is this thing on?)How about another file
with classes/teachers  maybe by area? i teach classes here in the Rocky
Mountain area, and we have just formed a guild...the Rocky
Mountain Polymer Clay Guild, and we would like to invite any interested
parties to come on over! We'll be meeting the 18th of September this
month, in longmont Colorado (at my house) and so far we have 11 very
interested and interesting members! in addition to teaching here, and at
the Shepherdess in San Diego CA, i also sell everything the ClayFactory
does--cernit, sculpey III, promat, cutters, blades, superelasticlay, and
we carry FIMO. We also will have CFC when it comes out...we are a
sort-of "branch office" of the Clay Factory, and also carry other
things...including my own work, as well as that of Sandra Beach (hello
there, Sandra) and Z Kripke. I'd love to interact with y'all out there,
so feel free to contact me here, or at

i'm also attaching a file containing my class listings...should you not
be able to "grab" it, contact me directly. Please!
                                                  Sarajane Helm

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Post by Dorothy Mcmill » Thu, 05 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>So, its me, Sarajane, hoping that this gets out there...i'm a complete
>***twit, but am hoping  SOMEBODY out there could do this/tell me
>how...how about establishing a file that we can all tap into, and we
>could all list our favorite sources' adresses, phone order no.s, etc.

Hi Sarajane;  Welcome to the newsgroup!  We sure do miss you in So.
California.  For others reading this, Sarajane is a WONDERFUL artist, as
well as teacher of the clay art.  
     Re; the posting you mentioned, even though I've been "online" for
ages, I'm not sure how one goes about posting something that will STAY.  
That's why we don't have a regular FAQ.  Maybe someone better versed in
the mechanics of the newsgroups can tell us how to do it.  I think it's a
great idea.       If it can't be done, then perhaps you can explore the
polymer clay web pages.  Some of that info is already posted in those
areas, but I would bet that you could add a lot to it.  
      If you don't know how to get to the polymer clay web pages, then
check out your "web browser" and type in Polymer-Clay and it should give
you a number of places where you can look.  

Wish I was more help.
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Post by Sherry Bail » Thu, 05 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Well, Arlene Thayer maintains a web page for this sort of thing -- I'm sure
she would be happy to add resources to her lists, I remember when she set it
up that she asked for input.

Other than a web site, the aonly thing you can do is have a public file on a
system people can FTP -- and please don't ask me How to do that, ask your
system manager! It's a UNIX thing, I only know it is possible not how to set
it up. (But unless your users know how to FTP things to their own systems, it
won't help.)

I vote for updating Arlene's info!

Sherry

 
 
 

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Post by Julie Fishte » Fri, 06 Sep 1996 04:00:00


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>Well, Arlene Thayer maintains a web page for this sort of thing -- I'm sure
>she would be happy to add resources to her lists, I remember when she set it
>up that she asked for input.

Or, if Arlene does not want to spend too much time adding people's
suggestions, she could set up a form type thing that some people use on
their web pages to make a guest book.  Then, anyone who wished to add
information, could type it in and it would get appended to the list.
Of course, this requires a little programming skill and cgi capability.  
However, once it's set up, it runs on its own.

-Julie

 
 
 

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Post by Jeri Harriso » Fri, 06 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Hi Sarajanes,

The only way I can think of to have people 'tap' into a master resource list is
to use a web page.  

I suppose it could be done on the newsgroup too.  If one person was in
charge of coordinating, maintaining and posting.  Everyone could send
information to one person who would then add it to the 'master list' and
occassionaly post it to the newsgroup.  It sounds like it would be a lot of work
and I'm not sure any one person would want to do it.

BTW, the attached file you sent with your post showed up as garbage on my
screen.

Jeri

 
 
 

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Post by Varda Levram-Ellisma » Sat, 07 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Does any one know which wax is used for "lost wax" technique in
polymer-clay?
Varda