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From Stephen McConnell <mcconn...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [spearhead] random thoughts only :D
Date Fri, 18 Apr 2003 02:03:58 GMT

Leo Simons wrote:

> I am also still hoping for more entries into the most silly picture 
> contest :D 


I'll have you know that you were the center of an international 
controversy last night.  I explained to a couple of friends that this 
particular "individual" named Leo Simons was requesting damaging and 
incriminating information about yours truly.  I explained to my two 
friends that in all honestly I could not locate any damaging or 
incriminating evidence (irrespective of a sustained and systematic 
assessment of all available digital information).  As it turns out 
((much to my surprise) - one of these guys (SF origin whose name shall 
not be disclosed here) claims to have multiple examples of digital 
transgressions and other assorted memorabilia (this just goes to show 
that you can't trust Americans no mater which coast they live on).  

He requested that I provide him with this list address however I took 
the 5th and for what it's worth it seems to have worked. However, you 
will be pleased to know that actions are in place at a global scale to 
bring together some digital content that will hopefully satisfy your 
curiosity without necessarily breaching any recognized rules of conduct 
(a.k.a plausible deniability).

As a side note - I don't have a digital camera - don;t like them - I 
prefer an my old B&W Pentax (actually the Pentax isn't B&W but the film 
is).  I took my first good picture on that camera back when I was about 
a couple of younger than you are now.  I've still go that picture. One 
of these shots was just plain magic (sort of like understanding Merlin 
and hense this totally unnecessay email but I know Paul's reading so 
I'll stop rambling and get to the punchline).

It's a picture of a jaguar leaping off the bonnet (hood) of a vehicle of 
the same name - springtime, early morning, Hyde Park (Sydney Aust.) - 
sun rising, due drop glistening on the cat's eye, the cat's alive, the 
trees in the background - out of focus - like a jungle. It's an image 
all about placing yourself in a particular point of abstraction and 
having the confidence to let everything unfold.

Spot the parallel?

Cheers, Steve.


Stephen J. McConnell

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