From: JFAlward@aol.com Message-ID: <93.933a7c10.25a7a3c5@aol.com> Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 15:17:09 EST Subject: Re:Your Applets To: hwang@phy03.phy.ntnu.edu.tw It is reassuring to know that the applets will remain on the web for the forseeable future. Since I wrote to you, I've had the opportunity to view other applets by you. They are even better than I first believed, so I wish to congratulate you on a job very well done. I'm a physics professor at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, and have put links to three or four of your applets dealing with sound and light on my web page. My page serves as lecture outlines which I follow during lecture and also as a study guide for the students; I plan to link to many more of your applets as I continue to develop the lecture guides. I'm not quite sure what you mean by your sending me the applets; I can't see how that would be necessary, since I have full access, I think, to everything you've put on the web (dozens of applets). Perhaps you're referring to the source code? Thanks again for a job extremely well done. Do you have any applets relating to thermal expansion? My first lecture this semester is this coming Wednesday, and it deals with temperature and expansion. Sincerely, Joseph F. Alward, PhD