EDITOR'S LETTER

What a month!

We are in our new home and are finding that, like owning a home, it's a lot more work than we realized!

On some monitors, the pages are extending past the edge of the monitor. We've just learned how to fix that problem, thanks to Jacqueline Gikow (who, by the way, has a new book, Polymer Clay: Creating Functional and Decorative Objects, coming in May from Krause Publications). So expect to find the pages easier to read.

We've had some requests to make the projects smaller, since they are printing off eight, ten or even twelve pages at a time. The only way we can shorten the articles is to remove the pictures, and for many people, the pictures are useful for making the projects. For now, then, we will leave the pictures with the projects but will think about ways we can accommodate everyone.

Another computer problem exists for WebTV users. For some reason, they can't access Polymer Clay Polyzine through www.pcpolyzine.com alone. If you are a WebTV user and you are experiencing difficulties accessing Polyzine, try this link: www.pcpolyzine.com/index.html.

If you are experiencing any problems with Polyzine's website, please e-mail us right away and we will attempt to fix the problem or ask our readers. Many of our readers are computer-savvy and have been helping us out enormously!

Also, we've been getting a lot of requests to have a PayPal link on our donations page for those of you who want to submit donations via credit card. We do have PayPal, and it's up and running on the donations page. We want to thank everyone who has contributed so far -- you've made owning our own web site a reality!

Have a great month!

Deirdre F Woodward

Managing Editor

 

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