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Kathy Lookingland, 2000
Flash Animation


This little animation depicts my understanding of the word dialogue,
where two parties are equally engaged and contributing to the discussion.

It is my hope that viewers to this website will find something interesting
and begin a related dialogue somewhere.

di·a·log /'dI-&-"log, -"läg/
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English dialoge, from Old French dialogue, from Latin dialogus, from Greek dialogos,
from dialegesthai to converse, from dia- + legein to speak

1 : a written composition in which two or more characters are represented as conversing
2 a : a conversation between two or more persons; also : a similar exchange between
a person and something else (as a computer) b : an exchange of ideas and opinions
c : a discussion between representatives of parties to a conflict that is aimed at resolution
3 : the conversational element of literary or dramatic composition
4 : a musical composition for two or more parts suggestive of a conversation

from Merriam-Webster Online



cre8vty (creativity)       © kathy lookingland 2000           10 March, 2006