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For those of you who don't live in California, you can now experience what it's like.

-- Uncle Bob (, March 15, 2000



-- CD (, March 15, 2000.

Owww..that gave me a headache!!!

-- kritter (, March 15, 2000.

Howw did you do that?

-- wwoww (, March 15, 2000.

Clicked on the link, went to the blue page, clicked on the silver tab that said EXPERIENCE CALIFORNIA and nothing happened. Did I just experience California or does something else happen????????

-- suzy (, March 15, 2000.


You are right in both cases [for what it is worth]. For me, it didn't work on IE but did on Netscape. May be my OS.

Best wishes,,,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (, March 15, 2000.

Worked for me using IE 4.0. Kind of reminded me of being in San Francisco in 89.

-- Jim Cooke (, March 16, 2000.

I don't get it

-- cin (, March 16, 2000.

C'mon Cin, keep clicking and pay attention ;-)

-- (, March 16, 2000.

My speakers aren't working. Did I miss the sound of the freight train passing through my house?

Debbie in So.CA.

-- Debbie (, March 16, 2000.

That WAS a cute one, Uncle Bob.

Deb: No need for sound. [I put on my headphones based on your post, but still heard nothing.]

-- Anita (notgiving@anymore.thingee), March 16, 2000.

LOL! 4:31 am Northridge 1/17/94 all over again (w/o sound)

-- Debbie (, March 16, 2000.

OK, all you Golden Staters, let's go through the usual quake drill:

(1) Sit fairly still and estimate the Richter on current "event"

(2) Decide whether it's a "roller", "shaker", "jolt", or "The Big One"

(3) Try to remember the last quake and figure out whether this one's an aftershock or a new quake

(4) Go back to sleep...

-- DeeEmBee (, March 16, 2000.

LOL, Unc B! Thanks for the bellylaugh...

-- Deb M. (, March 16, 2000.

I don't get it

not the first time and not the last

-- Sir Richard (, March 16, 2000.

If the earth doesn't move for you, your browser doesn't support Java. The California simulation is done using the Java 'shake' function defined by:

function shake(n) {

if (self.moveBy) {

for (i = 15; i > 0; i--) {

for (j = n; j > 0; j--) {









-- Risteard Mac Thomais (, March 16, 2000.


I opened up in IE4, and it worked, so yes, I get it now =oP. But I have to tell you, any earthquake I've ever felt, feels like you're on a giant waterbed; Sort of sway and back and forth movement. But of course, I've never been IN the epicenter.

-- cin (, March 16, 2000.

It's not Java - it's javascript!

-- kermit (, March 16, 2000.

You beat me to the punch...javascript it not JAVA...Java is compiled code which becomes an applet...javascript is simply scripting language added to a html can do amazing "dynamic" things with javascript, however the shaking, quaking browser window can get old fast. LOL


She in the sheets, upon the hilltop,...back after a long hiatus

-- Donna (, March 17, 2000.

Hi Donna - Glad to see you back!

-- Deb M. (, March 17, 2000.

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