This evening in Flash class we had to build a website. Nothing too impressive – nothing like Amazon or Yahoo, you understand, just something with a few simple pages we could navigate around using text links. Sadly the class has slowed down somewhat to accomodate its slowest pupils, who try hard but don’t appear to have progressed much beyond week one. It’s unfortunate, but there’s a definite split in the camp, with those who are computer literate impatiently kicking their heels and not really learning much while a couple of the others try to figure how their PCs actually work. What’s that? Save it on my desktop? How do I do that? How do I get it off my computer? So anyhow, I made my website (it’s not really a website, of course, just a few pages with some token content), and added an impressive (and by that I mean clunky and badly synced) splash page while I was hanging around. It’s what Flash was made for, after all. Here it is. I’m not proud.