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  2. Multimedia - Wikipedia

    Multimedia is a form of communication that combines different content forms such as text, audio, images, animations, or video into a single interactive presentation, in contrast to traditional mass media which features little to no interaction from users, such as printed material or audio recordings. Popular examples of multimedia include video ...

  3. Doctor Who fandom - Wikipedia

    The Doctor Who Information Network (DWIN) was founded in Canada in 1980 and continues to serve fans in North America. It was one of the first Doctor Who clubs in North America, and is the longest running Doctor Who club on the continent. [citation needed] DWIN supports the monthly Toronto Tavern fan gatherings. DWIN also sponsored several local ...

  4. Doctor Who merchandise - Wikipedia

    Published by BBC Multimedia, this was a CD-ROM based computer game in which the player took the role of the Graak, a creature of mental force created by the Fourth Doctor. The Master has imprisoned all seven of the Doctor's incarnations in a dimension known as the Determinant and the player must undergo a series of quests and puzzles to free ...

  5. Dr. Wily - Wikipedia

    Doctor Albert W. Wily (Dr.アルバート・W・ワイリー, Dokutā Arubāto W Wairī) (English: / ˈ w aɪ l i /) is a video game character and the main antagonist of the original Mega Man series, as well as Mega Man's archenemy and is also the creator of Bass and Zero.

  6. Sakal - Wikipedia

    Sakal's multimedia platforms are as follows. Mobile app – Sakal news was made available on smart mobiles through native apps. For Apple and Android;—Website, also adopted a new design designed by Mario Garcia (Jr.). It added interactivity. Also, epaper facility was launched for various publications including Sakal.

  7. Hoodoo (spirituality) - Wikipedia

    The Hoodoo bundle contained pieces of iron and a horse shoe. Enslaved African Americans put eyelets on shoes and boots to trap spirits. Archaeologists also found small carved wooden faces. The wooden carvings had two faces carved into them on both sides which were interpreted to mean an African American conjurer who was a two-headed doctor.

  8. Dr. Watson (debugger) - Wikipedia

    Dr. Watson is an application debugger included with the Microsoft Windows operating system.It may be named drwatson.exe, drwtsn32.exe or dwwin.exe, depending on the version of Windows.

  9. Mega Man X - Wikipedia

    Plot. Mega Man X, commonly known as "X", was created by Dr. Thomas Light.X was a new type of robot with the ability to think, feel, and make his own decisions.Recognizing the potential danger of this model (in particular if he were to break the first rule of robotics: a robot must never harm a human being), Light sealed X away in a diagnostic capsule for over 30 years of testing.