IN WHAT MAY BE A RECURRING FEATURE for this non-blog, please find today's very beautiful, strange, and surprisingly Gene Shalit-y
SUMMARY FROM AMERICA'S LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
...describing a Look magazine photo-essay on that new campus trend of 1965: computer matchmaking.
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SUMMARY: Photographs show a computer matched couple on a weekend date in New Haven, Conn. Includes students Nikos Tsinikas, of Yale University, and Nancy Schreiber, of Smith College, at parties with other students; touring an exhibit at the Yale Art Gallery; dining in a restaurant; kissing. The job also includes portraits of Harvard student Jeff Tarr, founder of Operation Match, a computer dating service based at Harvard; the Operation Match computer room; MIT student David DeWan founder of Contact dating service operating a computer; Chris Walker, of Yale, looking at computer printouts. Also a portrait of writer Gene Shalit, wearing an Arabian headress and smoking a cigar.
Unpublished photographs show young adults in a computer lab(?).
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Was Shalit matched up with the cigar? How romantic - in a stinky, facial-hairy kind of way.
It is a Brave New World indeed, Hodg-man.
PLEASE SOMEONE ON THE INTERNET provide this photo of gene shalit.
Someone DC resident reading this is going to have to take on this quest.
Bring your camera and show the world this 'Gene Shalit'. It is legal.
" Access: Permitted; subject to P&P policy on serving originals.
Reproduction (photocopying, hand-held camera copying, photoduplication and other forms of copying allowed by "fair use"): Permitted; subject to P&P policy on copying.
Publication and other forms of distribution: Restricted. The donor of the collection, Cowles Communications, Inc., has expressed its desire that photographs in the collection not be used for "advertising or trade purposes."
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