ViewSonic Corp. (www.viewsonic.com) introduces the PJL3211, PJD5351, and PJD5111 projectors with enhanced network and multimedia capabilities. The PJL3211 is a bright, portable short-throw LCD projector. The product’s six picture modes allow it to display highquality images in the dark, in daylight, or onto a whiteboard or blackboard. The PJD5351 is ViewSonic’s new lightweight, portable shortthrow DLP projector. It enables digital zoom and manual focus, so it’s easy to place on a tabletop, mount on the ceiling, or pair with a short-throw-projector arm. The PJD5111 projector features eight picture modes for a clear, balanced image on many surfaces in various lighting conditions.
Impressionism is an art movement whose unique style is defined by small, thin, and visible brush strokes, and which focuses on accurate depiction of light.
Native American Cultures From Scholastic and Earthwatch, this site allows visitors to learn about modern-day Native American fishers of salmon on the Skagit River in Washington, about 2,000-year-old Native American rock art in Utah, and about prehistoric pueblos in New Mexico. The site offers an
Broadway: The American Musical Start your study of the musical with this site that showcases the major shows like West Side Story, Hair, Cats and so many more. Clicking on the name of the musical provides pictures of the cast, facts about the production, audio of a popular song from the play
Do You Speak American? The home on the web for a television program about the nature of American English, which originally aired on PBS in January 2005. "Do You Speak American?" examines the differences in the ways American speak across age groups, ethnic groups, and regions. This is an interesting way