website site is a personal homepage by Chris Lopata that provides
webcam and news about
his friends. Archival issues
of The Loppy Letter are also available for your review. Gossip
covers the lives and happenings of my pals. The pictures are an
eclectic group of digital photos of friends as well as photographs
from parties at my apartment in New York City or vacations that
we have taken. The webcam
is a freaky invention, but nonetheless captures a picture of my
living room every few minutes. If you are really lucky, you can
catch glimpses of Melrose
or Maxine, the ever-dueling kitties, prowling around the apartment.
The links page provides a
place where you can visit the websites of people that I know,
or in some cases, other websites that are pretty darn interesting.
The archive contains issues from a few years ago, but be forewarned:
although mildly amusing, some of the language sounds as if it
was uttered in a dark alley in the cold of night. There is also
an internal site search engine
powered by Atomz. For the Mac users, a Sherlock plugin allows
you to search The Loppy Letter from your desktop (as if). The
site also includes a feedback
page so that fans and foes may submit their comments, some of
which are displayed for other visitors to read and enjoy. On a
topical note, this site includes material and information about
New York City, Washington, D.C., St. Louis Country Day School,
Georgetown College, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism,
Georgetown University Law Center, and other locales. Enjoy.
this most recent issue, we at The Loppy Letter have been working
day and night to bring you an even better publication. "Not
possible" you say? Well, then, perhaps you should check out
the super freaky webcam
or our incredibly sophisticated, incredibly new search
engine. Or maybe you were just downright impressed by the
loppyletter.com URL. Feel
free to explore by following the buttons in the navigation bar
at the top of each page. Appease your appetite for gossip.
Satisfy other longings with the picture
page's eyecandy. If you are truly hungry for adventure, crawl
through the depths of the archives.
When you are done, check out feedback
from other visitors and then let us know what you think.
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preceding paragraphs are included because some search engines
require text on the front page of the website. Seems like a silly
rule to me because the real substance is within. But who am I
to buck the system?