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   Tony Shepps  Wednesday Jul 4 09:51 AM

7/4: Coated birds


Penguin mannequins model newly-knitted protective woolen coats in Launceston, Tasmania. Australia's fairy penguins are set for both the winter and oil spills after over 1,000 tiny woollen jerseys were specially knitted and sent from as far away as Japan to the Island state of Tasmania.

The jerseys, which cover the 40cm (15 inches) tall penguins from neck to ankle, stop oil-coated birds preening themselves and ingesting poisonous oil. The woollen jersey appeal was initiated by the Tasmanian Conservation Trust after oil spills on the coast of Tasmania but were inundated by jerseys made by elderly ladies in nursing homes who often made the outfits in their favorite football teams' colors.

jaguar  Wednesday Jul 4 07:43 PM so cute...
Do they swim withthsoe things on i mean wool is like lead in water...

Katkeeper  Wednesday Jul 4 07:46 PM

"...elderly ladies in nursing homes"

I see I have something to look forward to...

jaguar  Thursday Jul 5 05:10 AM

Originally posted by Katkeeper
"...elderly ladies in nursing homes"

I see I have something to look forward to...
While walking a tightrope of insulting you somwhere either due to ignorence or my inability to find the right word or making a bad assumption..and please accept my humble appologies if i do but I'm curious to how much older (as in over 20) women use the internet and what for, obviously with you son running cellar you post here (and help diversify the posterbase which is always good) but what else?

Katkeeper  Thursday Jul 5 06:36 AM

Let's see... I use the internet for checking on the traffic on my website answering queries that I get from it and on a few occasions, selling something. I also use it for investment information, both checking on my own and researching stocks or companies. I get travel information also. I read news though not every day and check on weather if something unusual is going on. That is all in addition to email, of course.

jaguar  Thursday Jul 5 08:39 AM

Wow a family of webmasters =)
Nice site by the way, and i love the artwok (its time like this i wish I had a credit card)

Tony Shepps  Thursday Jul 5 10:50 AM

News article yesterday said that, in N. America, women outnumber men in web surfing. In fact, here is the table of "percent female online" that they gave (no info on how they got the numbers):

United States 52
Canada 51
Australia 48
New Zealand 46
Finland 46
South Korea 45
Sweden 45
Denmark 45
Ireland 45
Hong Kong 44
Norway 43
Singapore 42
Brazil 42
Taiwan 41
United Kingdom 41
Netherlands 41
Spain 40
France 39
Germany 37
Italy 37

Katkeeper  Thursday Jul 5 07:00 PM

Most interesting statistics...

By the way, Jag, Tony and a friend did my website.

And Tony insisted that I become web literate. Every time he would upgrade his computer, I would get his old one -- until the most recent. I even suffered with DOS though never learned more than I needed for what I had to do.

jaguar  Thursday Jul 5 09:17 PM

All very interesting.......I find that everyone i know my age uses the internet *alot* all but 3 people i can think of use one IM program (ICQ is the most dominant, just), to the point where its become part of culture. I still don't like DOS myself (no TAB key to finish commands for you =) but wow, thats great to hear.

I'm curious though (again, curiousity killed the cat and now its after me) what made you choose Enamel as a medium to work with, i've never seen it as art before its fantastic.

Katkeeper  Thursday Jul 5 10:11 PM

I fell in love with enamel. I wanted to take a weeklong workshop in pottery, but there weren't enough signed up for the class so that I was switched to the enameling class. Fortunately I had a good teacher. The color produced by transparent enamels is so brilliant and wonderful.
And I love color.

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