compatible with Flash Player 9+, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. [return to page 1 of essay]

2. QuickTime® Virtual Reality

3. In multimedia a pre-loader is a small image and/or animated graphic that displays on the user’s screen while the primary media, a much larger file, downloads onto the user’s computer. [return to page 2 of essay]

4. The initials “DN & JAS McD” on the shoebox lid were written by Heather’s guardian Uncle Jock and refer to Heather’s father Donald Neil and her uncle James McDonald. Both brothers served with the AIF in WWI and both died aged in their forties in 1937, coincidently just eight weeks apart.

5. In multimedia tweening is the term used to describe the animated motion created between two static clip states.

6. In memory research this process of repetition over time is known as rehearsal (Engel 1999:8).


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