9.30.2012

One-Month Update, Part 1: The International Correspondence Initiative.


(I didn't include the actual letters for privacy reasons.)

8 comments:

  1. Chalk and slate sent through the mail? Now that's original!

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    1. Haha not exactly, printed pics! :)

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    2. Good lord! I wouldn't be able to afford to send slate through the mail. So, the next best thing is printed pictures of the message applied in chalk on the slate.

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  2. Now I am intimidated by the International Correspondence Initiative. How does anyone top chalk and slate?

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    1. Aw, don't be intimidated by my chalk and slate correspondence! I use the same for one of my blogs. I started the chalkcasting because at the time I didn't have a typewriter and it was the most convenient and creative way I could find to post. So, correspond away! Check out that particular blog and you can see how I do it. It's rather goofy if you ask me.

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  3. Chalk & slate. Now that is original and very different!

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  4. Vikram, I am soooooo glad you got the dispatch and were able to decipher my message. I figured you would be able to since it was a very basic cipher--very simple and easy to find on the Internet. I'm dreading your reply; so afraid you are going to send me some mathematical cipher I won't be able to crack--I'm horrible at math!

    Have fun with your college experience and many well wishes for your success!

    Bell

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