Re: Coyote Picture Modification

From: Greg Harris (harris@Synopsys.COM-DeleteThis)
Date: Mon Oct 26 1998 - 15:57:16 PST

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From: Greg Harris <harris@Synopsys.COM-DeleteThis>
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I'm still not quite sure the picture is telling the whole story. I went
out this weekend and drove to 301 Airport blvd. That's what tells the
story. It's the big drive in movie lot I think. I never saw an
address, but it seemed pretty obvious by the other addresses, the fact
that the lot is being sold and the size of it. The only thing that
sticks out farther on that piece of land is a little mini park where
people fish. The wind was coming directly from where the lot is. If
I'm wrong as to where the building is planned to be, please chime in.
Otherwise, there is no way that this makes an insignificant impact.
Looking at it was a lot worse than what I imagined from the picture.
Show up to the meetings when you need to.

Greg Harris

David Veach wrote:
> Sorry about that, I sent it as a jpg attatchment thinking that it
> would be smaller (and it is) than a bitmap but that seems to not
> work very well with some email programs.
> I stuck it on my company's tech support server at
> If anyone has any trouble getting to it, let me know. Maybe Ken or
> someone has a better spot.
> I tried (very quickly) to make the buildings actually what I thought
> they really would look like. If you notice the existing one-story
> offices next to where this things would go, I tried to make the 1st
> story of the proposed buildings the same height. This ended up being
> about a 200% increase in size! I did not increase the width by the
> same amount since it seemed to distort the image. I basically kept
> the ratio to what seemed to look appropriate. This was just a rough
> shot, with some more time it could look better. It appears to me that
> somebody intentionally tried to make these buildings look smaller than
> they really are going to be.
> I won't swear to how long it will stay there since this site is
> maintained by someone else and when they see a windsurfing picture
> there, they'll know it's me and probably delete it! I'm sure it'll
> be there a few days at least anyway.
> This is my main sailing spot, we've got to kill this thing or it will
> kill our sailing there!
> -dave
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Rowe []
> Sent: Monday, October 26, 1998 12:19 PM
> To:
> Subject: Coyote Picture Modification
> Dave, do you think you could put that picture on a web page or something? My
> mail system just put the picture as text in the body of your message!
> Thanks,
> Chris.
> --
> Chris Rowe
> Silicon Graphics, ASD Product Design
> 650-933-8732
> -----------------------
> Hannibal: "I love it when a plan comes together." The A Team

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