Each section is placed in historical context. All the applications are used to supplement or enable contact between and among humans, not to replace them. They were developed in Australia, Canada, Finland, Israel, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In a section on programs for the young, Louis L. Aymard describes "Funny Face," which is used to identify feelings and aid in their expression through the drawing of faces. Les Cowan describes the use of a puppy tale—"Bruce's Multimedia Story"—for children under the age of eight and "Billy Breaks the Rules" for children aged eight to 14 years. Michael Gropper uses "Say No With Donny" for drug and alcohol prevention. Donny is a simulated role model of a wise older child. Kris Bosworth writes about "Talking It Out," a computer-based mediation process for settling disputes. Ann Wilder and Dick Schoech present two multimedia training programs about HIV infection and AIDS that they developed for children.