Photos - Others would like to see
photos of your projects. Take the pictures outside on an overcast
day in front of an uncluttered background. Out of focus or otherwise
blurry photos can't be used. If you have a digital camera, e-mail
the photo(s) to the web master or record the photo(s) on a 3-1/2"
diskette. If you are using a film camera, glossy 3x5 prints will
do just fine. Include descriptions of the photos. Either way,
mail the photos along with a stamped return envelope if you want
them back. You can hand them to him at a meeting and he will get
them back to you at another meeting. If you don't have a suitable
camera, let the web master know ahead of time, and bring your
project item to a meeting and he will take a digital photo(s)
Written Material - You can e-mail written material to the web master. If you don't have e-mail, send it by US Postal snail mail or hand it to him at a meeting. The web master will have to retype non e-mailed material so he won't mind short items, but will probably refuse to type lengthy items!