Just got the book Netscape Communicator, published by Academic Press in 1998. “It presents a comprehensive strategy for total mastery of the Internet and of Web content creation.” I’ve skipped many pages and rushed immediately to “Adding Animated GIFs (p.548)”. It is a short chapter of only one and a half pages actually, saying that GIFs are great and as easy to add to your document as any other graphic. You should only know that not all of them are free for “unrestricted use”, but if you want to get free ones go to yahoo.com or … http://www.cswnet.com/~ozarksof/anigif1.htm
Chuck Poynter’s collection was obviously more prominent than I assumed before, and Dancing Girl is the mascot in its header. No wonder hulagirl.gif was spreading around amateur home pages so swiftly.
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