Expedition Journal

April 17, 1996
A Day at Key JASON

Today, instead of going aboard the Carolyn Chouest for broadcasts, I'm staying at Key JASON doing the interactivity. I'm having a lot of fun here. I've learned alot about the computer part of the productions, including how to take snapshots from the video, and how to write in HTML, which is the "language" needed to write on the internet. But, first Todd had to teach everything to me!! Doing it is a really complicated process, but once you get the hang of it, it's not too hard. Today, I'm also doing the "News from the 'Net" let me know if you watched the broadcast today, and saw me!! =) Going through all the messages in the Student Discussion Group is pretty fun, it's really neat to hear what you guys think of the JASON project. I'm reading some of your questions and answering them. Below are some of the questions people asked, and links to my answers.

Another very cool thing that I did today: I was on at the beginning of Good Morning America!!

Listen to our greeting on Good Morning America (96K).

Bye for now!
michelle you =0P

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Revised: 17 April 1996