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Front, Face! MCP Magazine Wants To Publish Your Picture!

For an upcoming special project, <i>MCP Magazine</i> would like to publish photographs of its readers.

Does that sound like you? Do you have a digital image of yourself to share? We prefer head shots in high-quality JPEG, TIFF, or EPS format, at least 2.5-inches wide at 300 DPI. (If the image is larger, the DPI can be smaller.)

To have your picture considered for publication, send your face shot in a ZIP file to [email protected]. Put "Photo" in the subject line. Include your name as you'd like to see it published and the town where you live.

The deadline to receive the images is March 28, 2001.

We'll confirm by e-mail that you give permission to use your photo in this project.

Here's a sample of what we're looking for:

Di Schaffhauser, Editorial Director Alice C. Pea, MCSE, MCSE
Systems Administrator
Irvine, Calif.
[email protected]

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