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    Thumbs up Meet Amazingly Friendly Whales On Line (Video + Stills)

    My film "The Whale's Tale" presents the friendly gray whales at the San Ignacio Lagoon in Baja California, Mexico. The whales come so close people touch them. This video can be seen on the web, if you have a high speed internet connection. Itís less than 15 minutes long.

    This is a free, non-commercial, streaming video on the Windows Media Player. No ads and no strings attached. I still sell absolutely nothing.

    My video site is:

    http://intrepidberkeleyexplorer.com/Video.html

    With any modem you can view still photos of the whales at:

    http://intrepidberkeleyexplorer.com/Page25.html

    There are over 30 of my other amateur travel videos on-line covering all seven continents. Visit Italy, Argentina & Brazil, England, Antarctica, Peru, Hawaii, China, Russia, Mayan Pyramids, American National Parks, Greece, or Turkey; see buffalo, penguins, or polar bears.

    The planet is yours, including my Home Page giant galaxy of still pictures at:

    http://intrepidberkeleyexplorer.com/

    The Intrepid Berkeley Explorer

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    Have you taken off the embedded music yet?

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    My website died and has only been brought back to life for two days after a horrendous migration from Geocities to Yahoo Web Hosting.

    I understand that if a tool exists allowing the midi music to be turned off, I should add it to every page of my website. Checking this out is among the tasks I need to do now.

    The midi music is still there at this moment, but I will be looking for the desired tool on Yahoo's Site Builder. Results are unknown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntrepidBerkEx View Post
    My website died and has only been brought back to life for two days after a horrendous migration from Geocities to Yahoo Web Hosting.

    I understand that if a tool exists allowing the midi music to be turned off, I should add it to every page of my website. Checking this out is among the tasks I need to do now.

    The midi music is still there at this moment, but I will be looking for the desired tool on Yahoo's Site Builder. Results are unknown.
    Thanks for the response, never seen a second post from you.

    Have looked at a lot of your posts in the past and have always looked forward to your photography, you take some really nice shots.

    The music always had me turning off the sound though

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