1. All files in one folder
2. All images saved in images sub-folder-can’t copy and paste into Dreamweaver.
3. Filenames-no gaps. Use_underscore
4. Filenames-have a logical system. eg all images called img_banner, img_homebutton, etc
5. Save all the time
6. Copyright free-keep a record of the URL of every image used.
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Make a new folder-call it mysite
Make a new folder inside “mysite” called images
Choose the best animation
Save picture as
Save in your CiDA folder
Paste into Word and explain why this gif has caught your imagination. Save
Open gif in Fireworks-look at the frames (state) to see how it was made.
Use the ideas to create your own animated gif-you can choose the size and length of animation.
Finish by end of lesson 3 Monday for a showcase.
Dwan Ev ceremoniously soldered the final connection with gold. The eyes of a dozen television cameras watched him and the subether bore throughout the universe a dozen pictures of what he was doing.
He straightened and nodded to Dwar Reyn, then moved to a position beside the switch that would complete the contact when he threw it. The switch that would connect, all at once, all of the monster computing machines of all the populated planets in the universe — ninety-six billion planets — into the supercircuit that would connect them all into one supercalculator, one cybernetics machine that would combine all the knowledge of all the galaxies.
Dwar Reyn spoke briefly to the watching and listening trillions. Then after a moment’s silence he said, “Now, Dwar Ev.”
Dwar Ev threw the switch. There was a mighty hum, the surge of power from ninety-six billion planets. Lights flashed and quieted along the miles-long panel.
Dwar Ev stepped back and drew a deep breath. “The honor of asking the first question is yours, Dwar Reyn.”
“Thank you,” said Dwar Reyn. “It shall be a question which no single cybernetics machine has been able to answer.”
He turned to face the machine. “Is there a God?”
The mighty voice answered without hesitation, without the clicking of a single relay.
“Yes, now there is a God.”
Sudden fear flashed on the face of Dwar Ev. He leaped to grab the switch.
A bolt of lightning from the cloudless sky struck him down and fused the switch shut.