Elizabeth Taylor & Lyudmila Gurchenko Posted byNatalia AntonovaApril 2, 2011Posted inAmerica, Kultur, Russia, VideosTags:beautiful Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Good Afternoon Natalia,
I’m still really interested in getting you involved as a contributor to http://www.chorusandecho.com as I really love your blog, but never received any response from my last email to you?
Would you please let me know whether you have any interest in working with us, or of course if you are not interested, just reply to this and I will leave you alone.
The launch of Chorus+Echo has gone really well and is now 2 weeks old. There’s still a lot of changes to be made, both technically and visually, with the next version of the site (which will be a real upgrade) planned to be released in 3 to 4 weeks time. Most importantly for us, the content has been received really well with our audience coming to the site from across the World and in the kind of numbers we had hoped for.
Please check out the website, remembering we’re just beginning and this isn’t the finished article… then let us know what you think, be great to have you on board and if you have any more questions just drop me a line.
All the best,
Jean-Robert and Luc
I e-mailed you guys.
Thanks for honouring Dame Elizabeth.
I was a little disappointed with some of the other news coverage, which focussed more on her eccentricities than the good work she did for HIV sufferers. She was almost singlehandedly responsible for teaching the masses that we’re NOT immune. AIDS is NOT just some punishment that happens to ‘sinners’. Thanks to her efforts and the resulting media campaigns that came along at just the right time in my adolescence, condoms have been mandatory for all of my partners, throughout my entire life.
Nice work, Dame Elizabeth. Rest in peace.
She was just a really interesting person, wasn’t she? And “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is probably one of her best roles, I think.