You can retrieve MediaView from the Purdue archive server: ___________________________________________________________________ From: (Dick Phillips) The current MediaView application is in

/pub/next/2.0-release/binaries as:

-rw-r--r-- 1 archiver 587024 Feb 25 18:17 MediaView.tar.Z

Custom components are in /pub/next/2.0-release/source/MediaView as:

-rw-r--r-- 1 archiver 169159 Feb 25 19:01 3Dcustom.tar.Z

-rw-r--r-- 1 archiver 47559 Feb 25 16:59 BounceLines.tar.Z

-rw-r--r-- 1 archiver 13074 Feb 25 18:01 HowTo.mdvw.Z

-rw-r--r-- 1 archiver 112 Feb 25 07:05 Index

-rw-r--r-- 1 archiver 385 Feb 25 19:15 README

Documents are in /pub/next/MediaView as: 89Baraff.mdvw.Z Down_the_Rabbit_Hole.mdvw.Z Index Jet.mdvw.Z Looking_Glass_House.mdvw.Z MRI.mdvw.Z NYT_Bill_Blass.mdvw.Z NYT_Cold_Fusion.mdvw.Z Optical_Biopsy.mdvw.Z README Tweedledum_and_Tweedledee.mdvw.Z Valdez.mdvw.Z MediaView is a multimedia digital publication system. Published works on MediaView are cited in its online Help facility. MediaView is not public domain, rather the Regents of the University of California (UC manages LANL) retain ownership. While there's no charge for MediaView, users are enjoined from profiting from its use. Custom components make MediaView indefinitely extensible. The source for 2 of them is currently on the archive, as well as a document which describes their API. There are also 10 MediaView demo documents available. In most cases, a figure appearing in a document is actually a button. When in doubt, click anything in sight. I'll be gradually adding to this collection and I encourage others to do the same. I hope MediaView and its products will become a model for sharing of creations. This includes not only documents, but custom components as well. Send comments and criticisms to: Dick Phillips