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Subject:Re: Shockwave anyone? From:Gregory D Drew <gddrew -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 2 Mar 1997 22:21:53 EST
Shockwave is a browser enhancement technology. Another example is Java.
Shockwave allows for animation on Web pages.
On Sun, 2 Mar 1997 18:17:05 EST d r <writeagain -at- JUNO -dot- COM> writes:
>My 9 year old came from school with something he and the boys were
>Shockwave. He said "It's technical!"
>Supposedly, it is educational? Teaches many things? Well, I tried
>finding it on the Internet and was surprised that many of the sites
>special software to view >and< there isn't any follow-up information
>to who runs these companies. Although some of the titles appear
> How did this one escape me? :-) Any info would be appreciated.
>writeagain -at- juno -dot- com
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