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by Omri Adler
How WE GOT to PROJECT WEBSITES
It is much easier to write code than to explain to others how to use it.
Once upon a time my students handed in a folder about their project, with a floppy disk attached.
Then they handed in a folder with hand written explanations and uploaded the code to our ftp server.
I wrote a few html pages with links to the ftp about each year's projects.
We began presenting research on our website in the mid-nineties;
one of my students (Amit Kanigel, now a Technion professor) copied the source-code html from the CNN website and we went on from there. The upper right group image was prepared at that time by Adham Hashibon, now in Frieburg and
coordinator of the SimPhoNy project.
Our simple style of light background, dark writing and not
too many jumping figures has stood the test of time nicely. Color blind
and limited vision users have not complained.