Sending Artwork

There are two ways that you can send your artwork to us, FTP (which stands for File Transfer Protocol) or as an attachment to an e-mail message. FTP and e-mail are very common tools on the Internet. Consequently, there are many versions of FTP and e-mail software available (for Mac and PC, and for various types of Internet connections -- shell, SLIP/PPP, AOL, etc.). What follows are general instructions for sending your JASON artwork via FTP or e-mail.

If you have experience with FTP or with sending attachments with e-mail, these general instructions should look familiar to you. If not, you may be able to get assistance from such people as the network administrator at your school or your local Internet service provider. They are the best resources to help you with the ins and outs of your particular FTP or e-mail program.

In addition to these general instructions, we have provided some specific instructions for Netscape users. If you use Netscape to access the JASON Homepage, you may be able to use the built in FTP or e-mail capabilities that are built into later versions of the Netscape Navigator.

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Gene Carl Feldman ( (301) 286-9428
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Revised: 7 March 1996