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A Portrait Of History Issue Date: 04-18-1999

Cool Spots imageIf a picture says a thousand words, then the American Museum of Photography is the ultimate storybook. This Web site features the who's who of famous shutterbugs. Focus in on www.photographymuseum.com to enjoy all of the features and exhibitions. You'll meet Matthew Brady, the legendary Civil War photographer who captured Abe Lincoln's weathered face for a nation. The museum also has tours of architecture and natural photography, as well as favorite portraits. With its endless personalities and art, this museum has some serious depth of field. Say cheese! (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)

Visit: www.photographymuseum.com
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Songs And Rhymes Of All Nations Issue Date: 04-18-1999

Cool Spots imageLearn the tunes and poems that kids grow up with all over the planet by paying a visit to Mama Lisa. Give her a buzz at www.mamalisa.com/world and you'll be "Yankee Doodling" and "Frere Jacque-ing around the clock. Just click on a continent or a country name, and explore. With music samples and lyrics right there, why not have a sing-along? From Apache chants to Portuguese dances, you'll find a window to the world through rhymes. Find out what Italian kids call out while they're catching fireflies and what Japanese kids sing instead of "Rain, Rain, Go Away!" when they're stomping through puddles. So, click and be jolly, for now and all time. Your computer's the source for many a rhyme. (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)

Visit: www.mamalisa.com/world
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Puzzling Pictures Issue Date: 11-29-1998

Cool Spots imageCombining the beauty and intrigue of art and mathematics, tessellations are repeating patterns of interlocking shapes. Totally Tessellated is a comprehensive online introduction to these awesome images. Spin, weave and twirl to http://library.thinkquest.org/16661 and develop new skills in design, geometry, art and math. Discover M.C. Escher, the artist considered to be the master of tessellations because of his stunning creations. The site's history section examines tessellations through the ages, from ancient Egyptian times to modern days. Did you know that they can be traced all the way back to about 4000 B.C.? From parallel lines to offset polygons, you'll view various tessellating techniques, displayed as random images and beautiful animations. If you like science, mathmatics or art you will love this site.

Visit: http://library.thinkquest.org/16661
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Picture This Issue Date: 10-11-1998

Cool Spots imageSet your focus on http://photography.
nationalgeographic.com
where the work of the world's most famous photography is collected for your use. For generations, National Geographic has been teaching us about amazing cultures, religions, and events all over the world. If you're a junior shutterbug, you'll especially like the Camera Bag, where experts help you become a world-class photographer, too. (Disclaimer: This site now contains advertisements.)

Visit: http://photography.nationalgeographic.com
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She Never Lost Her Smile Issue Date: 09-13-1998

Cool Spots imageThe "Mona Lisa" is nearly 500 years old, but her charming smile continues to captivate art audiences worldwide. What's the deal behind that timeless smile, anyhow? Thanks to the students of Bronx High School and their partners in Borlange, Sweden, "Why is Mona Lisa Smiling?" has been developed to give art enthusiasts a better understanding of the history behind the painting. Was Leonardo Da Vinci inspired by a model, or was he painting himself? Decide for yourself at http://library.thinkquest.org/13681/data/davin2.shtml where you can check out multimedia exhibits, take an online quiz or simply gaze into Mona's eyes. Read up on the scientific theories behind the painting and watch as photo manipulation puts the "Mona Lisa" into a new perspective. The Da Vinci Dispatch has the latest on the artist's exhibits, including an upcoming display in Victoria, British Columbia. It's time to learn more about Leonardo. Don't forget to smile back when you meet Mona!

Visit: http://library.thinkquest.org/13681/data/davin2.shtml
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