from the Future Communications Laboratory

8. Human-privacy area. As noted by Margaret Howe after her co-habitation experiment, a private, dry area is needed for the sanity of the humans. This of course could include windows to the other pools, but those windows would have curtains.

9. Public area. For the purpose of public awareness of the cetaceans, and the on-going experiment, there will be an area accessible to the general public. It will have an interactive touchscreen and sound system, also accessible and workable by the visitors. 10. Internet. Additional public access will be available through a seeYou-seeMe webpage. Public access also holds the potential to provide some revenue for the lab.