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Comments about this site (1997)
« on: January 30, 2004, 08:39:26 am »
Subject: Greeting
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 1997 16:29:26 -0500
From: "efraín barbosa" <>
Organization: Yoshida-Barbosa
Dear Prof. Hwuang:
I am also a physicist. I live in Bogota, Colombia.
I enjoy your simulations very much. It was a great work done by you. Congratulations!
Efraim Barbosa

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« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2004, 08:39:48 am »
Subject: WOW! Great sight
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 1997 16:48:04 -0600
From: Gary S Smith <>
John P. Cise..Fac. Austin Com. College

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« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2004, 08:41:47 am »
Subject: Your Physics Web site
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 1997 16:20:01 -0500
From: Narsing Rao <>
Organization: Bethune-Cookman college
Hello Dr. Wang:
¡@¡@¡@ I just browsed your physics web site. I am really impressed by what I saw.
I am sure my students will find it very useful and exciting.
I am not a programmer either, and just now I am trying to learn about HTML and JAVA etc.
So long. I 'll be watching more of your pages.

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« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2004, 08:43:37 am »
Subject: congratulations
Date: Sat, 06 Sep 1997 14:18:50 +0800
From: Cho-Teng Liu <>
Dear Prof. Huang:
Your web pages are very exciting and it deserves an award in education community.
A minor suggestion:
While watching some of the experiment, e.g. the RC¥R/©ñ¹q ¹q¸ô,
the browsers will be more comfortable if they can view both the figure and the text on the screen.
Therefore, I would like to suggest that
1) add a scroll bar for the text, or
2) place the title and figure on the left frame, and the text on the right frame. ¡@
Congratulation to your accomplichment.

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« Reply #4 on: January 30, 2004, 08:46:27 am »
Subject: Hallo
Date: Tue, 7 Oct 1997 00:29:04 +2.00
From: "H L Botha" <>
Organization: Iscor Profile Products
Hallo Mr Hwang
I enjoyed your web site , good work !!
Herman Botha (South Africa)

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« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2004, 08:47:02 am »
Subject: hotjava!
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 13:19:20 +0000
From: David Johnson <>
Organization: Douglas High School Science Department
hello Fu-Kwun
I've used your vector addition and vernier caliper applets in my physics and physical sciences classes.
I'm just sending this note to thank you and ask you to keep up the good work!

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your educational Java applet(s)
« Reply #6 on: January 30, 2004, 08:48:03 am »
Subject: your educational Java applet(s)
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 97 17:53:34 -0700
From: Martin Koning Bastiaan <>
To: "Fu-Kwun Hwang" <>
Dear Java Educational Applet Author,
Thanks for creating a great educational applet and making it available on the WWW.
Your Java applet is pointed to by the Educational Object Economy (EOE), located at
Apple Computer, Inc.¹s EOE Team is preparing to distribute an EOE framework
(which we¹re calling the GOE--Generic Object Economy)
and its URL directory to groups who wish to set up their own EOE.
Please reply to this message if you would NOT like a pointer to your applet(s) (shown below) included in this release.
If you have written other educational applets in Java and would like to see them included in our EOE database,
please contact us. You can even enter your applets into our database yourself,
at .
If you find any out-of-date or incorrect information, either listed below or on our site
(which contains more thorough descriptions of the Java applets than is listed here),
please let us know so that we may update our records.
For more information about the GOE:
Martin Koning Bastiaan,
Educational Object Economy

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« Reply #7 on: January 30, 2004, 08:48:43 am »
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 08:49:37 -0800
From: Ursula Sexton <>
Hello, Mr. Hwang, I am an elementary science teacher,
as well as a leader in science education reform in the state of California.
I train teachers and while searching for some physics principles, I found the Web site with your applets.
I was interested in seeing your rainbow demonstration. It is so wonderful!
This site is just full of great demonstrations for clarifying principles that teachers just can't seem to grasp,
unless a visualization tool is provided. This is just great!
I thought I'd mention that there is a small mispelling at the bottom of your rainbow page.
Your last bullet reads: "Did yo noticed that rainbow consists of partially polarized light.
It should say - for grammar and spelling to be correct:
Did you notice that the rainbow consists of partially polarized light?
Best of luck in your journey to share with others the wonders of science.
Thanks for the gift of your knowledge and the wonderful medium to share it!
U Sexton