RE: [art_education] video interview with fired teacher
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Paige Conn
Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 3:14 PM
Subject: RE: [art_education] video interview with fired teacherI did not get the correct interview when I logged on.PaigeFredericksburg, Texas
From: email@example.com on behalf of go4art@...
Sent: Tue 10/3/2006 2:15 PM
To: teacherartexchange@...; firstname.lastname@example.org; ArtsEducators@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [art_education] video interview with fired teacher
someone just sent this to me, maybe of interest to some...it is a 3
1/2 minute interview with the teacher (after a short advertisement of
http://video. msn.com/v/ us/v.htm? g=37168B53- 9BFD-4A14- 9559-
4A96FFB7386A& t=s2&f=06/ 64&p=hotvideo_ m_edpicks& GT1=8618
- this entire sequence needs to go into browers address bar (from http
all the way thru 8618) there will be a 30 second ad then it will
automatically come on
Sometimes these urls don't work because they are too long - if they don't seem to work, check the email and see if there is more that needs to be cut and pasted into the browser.
Sometimes I use www.tinyurl.com to make such long url's short.
That is what happened with the movie - if you clicked on it, only part of the address went into the browser window.Be careful with that and most urls will really work.I just thought I'd mention that in case people don't know - it is sorta a glitch in the software's ability to get the web address that is long from one window (an email) to another (the browser.)Anyway, this is a very informative article that I thought you guys might like.I am just a homeschool teacher, but if I wanted to take my son to a SEX museum & he wanted to go - I would and I am glad for that freedom. All this makes me really appreciate how much you professional teachers have to worry about politically and that has to get in the way of teaching! I admire all of you for that! How can anyone work with their hands tied so, or work in fear of such as this?It worries me in the last year when I see people putting curtains over beautiful art. I start thinking our country is really in trouble. Some people should just be sentenced to a world without ANY art.-Kristi