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Subject: Re: job offer
Yes, I am interested.
Please call me on 07768144951
10 Dec 2002 15:12:56
e CO10PI
9 Dec 2002 20:12:13
Subject: Re: In the flesh
Subject: RE: job offer
All right. I'm intrigued. This 'David Still' beard is very inventive, although I'm not sure I really understand the point of the guacamole facial.

When was our "first message" and what was it about it that impressed you? More to the point, who are you? This nameless, faceless communication feels a bit naughty.

Please write back.

-Catie, who is Curious
e Catie Marshall
9 Dec 2002 18:12:28
e Rumiana Kutzarova
9 Dec 2002 17:12:35
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear Mr. David Still,

Thank you for your letter and I am writing to tell you that waters are positively tasted. I would like to get some more information about what has been offered to me. That is why, I would appreciate it if you tell me in details what it is all about. I thank you for the interest and hope you give more precise information.

Best regards,
Kita Boncheva
Subject: RE: job offer
Hi David,

I'm very flattered by your interest in me, but I don't actually know who you are or what your company does, so I can't speak to whether it interests me.
Have we really been in contact before? I would be happy to hear a little more about what your company does and what you have in mind.


Rebecca Metzger
Public Relations Officer
New Museum of Contemporary Art
Phone: 212-219-1222 x217
Fax: 212-431-5328
e Rebecca Metzger
9 Dec 2002 16:12:01
e Carolyn J Coleman
9 Dec 2002 11:12:04
Subject: nutrasweet
aw shucks - thanks!
by chance - were you at Botanica this past Saturday?
I am into some sugar-free foods (when I can overcome the occasional submission to DONUTS and pecan pie) and my substitute of choice is nutrasweet (Equal and all of her knock-off sisters)

I chose the name Sugarfree because I started off spinning only '80's records and wanted a name reminiscent of the times.......

From: "David Still" <>
> you are the best dj I have ever heard! I'm really into sugarfree foods too. Do you like sacrin? I really like sweet and low, I heard it gives you cancer but it's so worth it!
Subject: Memory Gallery
Dear Mr. Still,

It is surprised to receive such an email through this way! First of all, thank you very much for your appreciation that you think I am a good communication staff and even invite me to join your company. It is a bit too shocked for me to know the news and I even do not know anything about your company. So, maybe you can send your company information to and we will see what to do.

Back to the issue of asking for your help, it is really helpful and grateful for you to send the emails back to us. So please do so and I am waiting for your positive feedback soon. Thank you very much for your kind attention.
Best regards.
Yours sincerely,

Pamela Chan
e Memory gallery
9 Dec 2002 04:12:35
e Center for Education
9 Dec 2002 01:12:16
Subject: Re: Sorry

This is Allen Jones, Director of the CET. I had a report of something happening on Wednesday with a faculty member, but people were not forthcoming about details. I would appreciate meeting with you about your frustration and discussing solutions that will get your needs for technical support met. It sounds as if I may have missed you while at lunch on Wednesday. Could you suggest some times over the coming week?

Allen Jones
Center for Education and Technology
Subject: Re: job offer
Hi David,

I must say I am very curious about your email and would like some more information about this position.

Also, I am not aware of previous correspondence between us - could you please jog my memory (it has been a hectic year).

At the moment I am certainly in the market for employment and your offer sounds very intriguing.

Looking forward to discussing this further

Tracey Benson
e Tracey Benson
8 Dec 2002 22:12:30
e CO10PI
8 Dec 2002 21:12:23
Subject: Re: In the flesh
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear David Still,
I got very intrigued by your e-mail and would therefore like to find out more...
Please let me know what this is all about, and if you really have a serious job offer.
Also, how did you get my e-mail address? I am not aware that we communicated before ("Since our first message..."), and your name doesn't ring any bell for me.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
all the best,
e David Krippendorff
8 Dec 2002 19:12:09
e Patrick Lichty
8 Dec 2002 19:12:57
Subject: Re: job offer

I see you have also queried Scott Petersen.
We are all tracing your queries online and remarking at your ambition.

Subject: Re: job offer

I see you have also approached many of my colleagues, including Heiko
You seem to be very ambitious at creatign a marvelous team!

Patrick Lichty
e Patrick Lichty
8 Dec 2002 18:12:31
e Igor Lusic
8 Dec 2002 15:12:39
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear David Still,
I did got your mail, so what can I help you?
And what kind job do you offer my?

Igor Lusic
Subject: Re: job offer
Dear David,

Thank you for your query. Although your intitial contact seems interesting,
my history has shaped the nature of my consulting practice. At the moment,
I am continuing to build a career as one of the world's leading emerging
technology-based fine artists. I recently returned from a tour of my video
work throughout Japan, and am currently working on projects with the Whitney
Museum, and the Louisiana Contemporary Arts Museum, among others.

My Interactive design/illustration consultancy (Lichty Studios) has served
the Fortune 500 for over 8 years, and is surely what I would call a
'part-time' business I employ to fund my art practice. I have been involved
in a number of start-ups, with mixed results.

Given this, I am interested in your query given the following provisions:

1: I no longer do work for start-ups who wish me to work for them on a
'contingent' basis. Our studio has lost over $35,000 in possible earnings
on labor and materials that could have been focused on our arts practice.
Start-ups with solid venture capital who are willing to pay under our
billing cycle for initial work are very welcome.

2: I do not, under any circumstances, wish to adopt any 'work at home'
pyramid system seen on the net. I get 3-5 inquiries for these a day, and if
I would have been interested, I would have employed one by now.

3: Our pricing begins at $50/hour for interactive design and web design, and
increases to $75-125/hr for animation, programming, and back-end server
work. Furthermore for international work, we would have to arrange the
ability for bank transfers from your account to our business' for labor
incurred. We operate on a 30-day billing cycle, with a monthly interest of
1.25% for late payment.

Therefore, I applaud your contacting me, and thank you for the kind words.
On the other hand, I believe that you should be aware of my company's focus
and services before moving further. The practices I have adopted are a move
to assure our survival over the past decade, and to continue in these
uncertain times. I apologize if my approach is a little 'hard-baked', but I
hope you will appreciate it as one that is forged from years of business
experience. If you are still interested in working with my studio to attain
your business goals, please let me know.

Patrick Lichty
Lichty Technological Arts
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
e Patrick Lichty
8 Dec 2002 13:12:46
e steve danzig
8 Dec 2002 11:12:30
Subject: Re: Sorry
Well it might take me some time to get over it but I think $500 a week for the next year should help the pain :)

Who in the f.... are you?
Subject: Re: In the flesh
e CO10PI
7 Dec 2002 19:12:51
e jenna
7 Dec 2002 02:12:07
Subject: Thank You for using The postcard page
Hi david, Just a little note to inform you
that the www.StudioErotic Postcard you sent to:


Was picked up on:

December 6, 2002 at 5:49:07 PM.

Check back often as we change the postcard images regularly.
Subject: Re: job offer
Hey.. I heard about this internet love scam... I'm not gonna fall for that!
I got a chain mail about it... hah!

>From: David Still
>Jenna--I adore you. I will teach you dances that have yet been seen in most of the world... I am wealthy, good looking, but very lonely because many women want me only or mostly for my money. I would like to be a pen pal and see if we can hit it off from afar. Then we can make babies, ok?

>Jenna Purcella wrote:
>uhmmmmmm... what's that? :-)
> >From: David Still
> >Hey babe,
> >Wanna do the horizontal tango?
e Jenna Purcella
5 Dec 2002 23:12:13
e Get Familiar
5 Dec 2002 18:12:08
Subject: Re: Don't trust ptyson
whoaa man, this is crazy. yeah he has been emailing me, telling me he's got a 20Gig iPod for $300. when i told him i was already in the process of buying one for 260 he offered to lower the price, which is rediculous. i appreciate the info. thanks a ton!

>From: David Still <>
>Hi Sir,
>Recently I've been scammed on ebay for around 300 USD by a person with the account name ptyson1215. I sent my money order but i've never gotten my package. I contacted ebay and they told me i wasn't protected because the sale was not through ebay, that it was a private sale. I have just found out that you're one of his next targets. Please do not attempt to buy from him because you will lose your money as I've had. Have a nice day and take care
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