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Date: Fri Aug 05 2005 - 11:14:36 EDT

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Hi everyone,
Since metaphors are often visual, and the ones that are at the ALEWiki
right now are certainly that, I'm interested in putting up some
illustrations there to enhance your sensorial experience.
If you have drawings/illustrations for the ready, or are interested in
creating one yourself, please consider scanning it/them and sending them
to me as an attachment.  We can post them up at the Wiki - and be the
first section at the ALEWiki to go visual!
(Ok, sorry, I can't help it:  GO SOX!)

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