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Posted by:Feb 24th 2003, 02:05:32 pm
KimberlyHey, Lucia ... there's NO such thing as a stupid question, so here goes: when you have your artwork [or a photograph of your artwork] scanned [which turns it into a digital property that can be transmitted digitally], that artwork is saved in one of a number of digital formats. .jpegs [pronounced JAY-pegs] are one of the most common formats in which to save your artwork digitally so that you can send it someone else as an attachment to your e-mail. If you don't have a scanner, you can take your picture to a local Kinko's or business center, where they will scan it for you for a few dollars. They'll give you a floppy that you can take home that contains your scanned files.

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Posted by:Feb 24th 2003, 01:05:21 pm
luciaHey Kimberly, I'm either stupid or uninformed or both.What is .jpeg Lucia
Posted by:Feb 20th 2003, 12:13:42 pm
KimberlyLike the rotating art work that you see throughout the messageboard? If you'd like to showcase your work, just e-mail a few .jpegs to for consideration.

Any and all local or local-themed artists who send .jpegs of their work, a short description of themselves, and if possible a link to their website, are welcome to join the rotating art banner at the top of the bulletin board. We'd love to include your work, so e-mail if you're interested. Your creations will be seen by the more than 100,000 visitors who frequent every month.

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