1: G. Buccellati, November 2002


     Teaching always entails the benefit of a response. We do not speak in a vacuum, nor is communication a one-way street.

     Our returns for presenting our findings even to the youngest ones is to see ourselves not in a mirror, but through the benefit of a response that we have not anticipated. These responses we wish to communicate in turn, and so we incorporate them in our website.

     Responses come in many guises – from casual remarks to written comments. There is always an element of spontaneity that cannot be captured by any questionnaire, and that makes the experience of sharing our discoveries all the more appealing and gratifying.

     We delight in receiving praise, and learn from the critiques. And so we encourage both! Accordingly, we will keep an open gallery of responses, that will provide a forum for friends and critics...