At 09:36 AM 02/08/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Everyone,
>This was on a listserv and I thought you might be interested.
>The hamsterdance web page is funny - it has music and hamsters dancing -
>except the music doesn't stop and the hamsters keep on dancing (about a
>hundred of them).  I used it in a web design class for high school
>jounalism students to show what non-stop animation and music can do. It was
>a great icebreaker and pointed to two things neophytes like to put on web
>pages - animation and music.
>I checked out the site briefly and it does talk about free web hosting for
>educational institutions.
>>Date: Sun, 07 Feb 1999 22:51:49 +1300
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>>Subject: More free webspace
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>>The makers of   The Hampster dance, are The
>>Media group   . They offer free web hosting
>>to schools. I reckon they like kids.
>>Julia Aranui-Faed
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That site is nuts!

I, therefore forwarded it to vertually everyone I know!

Ron Stoloff

If the gods had intended man to fly they wouldn't have given us railroads.