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High Bandwidth Test (or an experiment in patience)
Instrumental In My Development
Anudder Stone On Da Wall
here to view a 1+M .avi welcome video.
You have found the front-end of a back-end. This webpage
is the front-end (homepage) of a world wide web publishing system
The publishing system is a combination of experiments.
Experiments that prove worthy will be integrated into the
There are thousands of new projects being
Since the details of these experiments consume gigabits of space,
this introduction will simply provide a general list
of areas being explored. You can learn more about the details
by exploring the site.
More Info. Than Ya Need Ta Know
Because of the wide variety of experiments, it would
be easy to swamp you with more information than you need...
er, a... want to know. So, in a nutshell:
Wide Variety Of Experiments
The forefathers of this website have been conducting
experiments through the Internet for years. Some examples
of the results include the first "button" on the world
wide web. The concept of putting a link around an in-line
image was first put to use on our graphical
index in 1994. Another example of a successful experiment is the
rotating background that you see on this webpage. When you reload the
page a new background may appear.
Topics Of Interest
On-line & world wide web publishing standards;
streaming audio and video; web traffic, analysis, monitoring,
directing and auditing; children's entertainment; on-demand
television; training films; Internet collaboration; business models;
ad banner networks; soundtracks; .wav, .avi (MPEG4, Microsoft, MJPG, and other
formats), .ra (Real Audio),
.rm (Real Video), .mov (Quick Time), and other file formats;
anthropological chaotic systems; the relationship between the arts
and the sciences; paradigm shifts and...
There are thousands of new projects being tested. Since the details of these experiments consume gigabits of space, this introduction will simply provide a general list of areas being explored. You can learn more about the details by exploring the site.