View Full Version : Hi, everybody!
12-08-1998, 05:08 PM
Just wanted to say hello. I'm new here... well, not exactly new but the first time I came, I saw that message from one of you, about a robot you could speak with. I'm afraid I spent more time chatting with a machine than with humans.
Oh, yes, I beg you to forget my bad English when you read my messages. You can correct me if you like :-)
I'm sorry there's a great deal of French in my site but I try to improve it.
This community forum is a great idea. Hope to know better my neighbors in the next days...
Hi! Welcome to the forums!
I just wanted to note that I greatly enjoy your Web site!
I love the design.... *super*
Unlocking the Power of the Internet!
12-08-1998, 06:42 PM
Hi Cassiop http://www.aota.net/ubb/smile.gif
Your site is very impressive!
12-09-1998, 06:07 PM
Hi Deb, Hi Sandy! Well, I answer chronologically.
Deb, thanks for your kindness. I know everything is not perfect, so your suggestions are welcome. I've tested my site only with IE4 and Navigator 4 and I hope it doesn't look too bad in the other browsers. I've been surfing around there and everybody seem to make a great job. There must be a special spirit at FutureQuest...
Sandy, when I saw the name of your site I thought: "Funny! But a mall where everything would be free, it doesn't exist..." Now I've seen your site I know I was wrong. Really amazing! But I regret I don't live in the States and can't profit from all these free samples. Couldn't you find a sponsor to create a French Freemall? http://www.aota.net/ubb/smile.gif
I've a stupid question to ask: how do you do these nice yellow smileys?
12-09-1998, 06:12 PM
I answer my own message. I've just understood, for the smilies!
12-09-1998, 06:56 PM
actually thats a good idea! It's hard to find free stuff available to other countries but I will look http://www.aota.net/ubb/smile.gif
Lancome used to offer free samples to other countries but I havent been to their site in awhile
I've looked at your site and really like the layout, although I can't understand the language.
They jokingly call the Atlantic Ocean "the pond" but when you're on the internet it does seem like just a small jump from here to there.
Glad you are with us.
12-10-1998, 04:38 PM
thanks for your comment. I had never heard the word "pond" for the Atlantic Ocean but you're right, it seems so easy to chat with people who live at the other extremity of the world... I try to put more English in my site but it's a bit difficult for me. I'm sure, however, that I'll write better if I often talk with my new American neighbors http://www.aota.net/ubb/smile.gif
Did you noticed my guided tour for English speakers? Well, it was a hard work!
I tried to access your site through your profile but there's no URL yet. Are you under construction? I look forward to seeing your work!
Anyway, thanks for your welcome and see ya on the forums!
12-10-1998, 04:52 PM
Sandy, thanks for helping me to save my money!I'll visit often your site in order to inspect your work http://www.aota.net/ubb/wink.gif
I've seen your banner on AOTA. Looks really professional!
12-10-1998, 05:54 PM
I cant take credit for the banner though..I made it through a site that creates instant banners
I can make buttons but I am terrible with banners
still on a quest for free stuff outside the US!
The Free Mall
12-11-1998, 01:03 AM
Hey Sandy.. *smile* I went to your site.. i love your buttons! *giggle*... hey.. I have a link for you to add to your site.. http://www.moochers.com since you have so many listings.. i will let you figure out where you want to put it. *LOL*
*hugs and smiles* ~~~ Hearts
12-11-1998, 02:07 AM
that was a cool site http://www.aota.net/ubb/smile.gif I added it to my links page cause I didn't know where else to put it LOL
I also added a link to your Heart's Angels page to my "kidstuff" page. It's so cute!
Your kids are adorable!
The Free Mall
sorry is has been so long for me to reply. I have updated my profile and added my URL as well as other information that I negected to place in there when I originally signed up with Futurequest. Thank you for reminding me. Hope you have a great day!
12-14-1998, 04:13 PM
It's nice to meet you, welcome to FQuest. We took a look around your site -- very impressive. I especially liked the artwork area and the nature photos. I understand most written french, as I did 6 years of "french immersion" school. That was a few years ago, though, and I haven't practiced much since, so my spoken and especially written french are really poor. Still, I enjoyed reading your site to awaken the french part of my brain that's been gathering dust! I'll visit again soon!
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12-14-1998, 05:06 PM
Thanks for your kindness. I'm glad to meet someone who can understand French http://www.aota.net/ubb/wink.gif
I visited your site. I'm afraid dissociation is new for me and I don't understand everything, but I thought there was a very particular atmosphere, something you can't find elsewhere. It's rare to find something so new and so deep on the web.
Wish you good luck with this wonderful site!
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