ReefNews CD-ROM RN-2004-01
Cayman Brac: Jewel of the West Indies
This CD-ROM contains:
- Four digital slide shows about the island of Cayman Brac and the tropical coral reefs that surround it. The slide shows are formatted using Macromedia Flash MX for both PCs and Macs. The slide shows illustrate the reefs of Cayman Brac, with three separate slide shows describing the corals and sponges, tropical fishes, and exotic marine creatures. The fourth slide show describes the island of Cayman Brac and its people, with photographs of the beaches, sunsets, wildlife, and everyday activities that make Cayman Brac a special place.
- Two special features. First, a short Flash MX movie about the shipwrecks of Cayman Brac, with pictures from the Soviet Frigate 356, the wreck of the Kissimmee, and the wreck at East Chute Reef. Second, an entertainment feature displays an unlimited sequence of underwater and sunset photos set to music for when you just want to sit back and enjoy the show.
- Volume 4 of the e-ReefNews electronic newsletter. The 16 issues of Volume 4 (2002-2003) contain text and photos of marine life and oceanography research. Formatted in HTML for your web-browser.
The CD-ROM is formatted for both PCs and Macs. It contains HTML-text, MP3-audio, GIF- and JPG-picture resources, and SWF Macromedia Flash MX movies for you to use with your Internet Explorer® web-browser software and its plug-ins. Note: a special feature of the Flash player plug-in makes this movie compatible only with the Flash plug-in for Internet Explorer. Even if you use a different web-browser to surf the web, you can use Explorer to watch these movies, as Internet Explorer is widely available for both PCs and Macs. Your computer must have a CD drive, and a sound-card or similar device is necessary to play the audio files. The Macromedia Flash MX Player is available from the Macromedia website, http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer
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