: If you fancy a bit of fun, log on to Cartoon Network’s website, newly revamped by Deepend Design from the original site created by London multimedia specialist Syzygy to show as many cartoon characters as possible. The new site features more games than the previous incarnation and surfers can download sounds and movie clips. Visitors to the site are also invited to submit sketches for a fun adventure to the Oppor-toon-ityz contest, the best of which will premiere as an on-line cartoon in June. Other sections include Animate your world which describes how cartoons are made. Check it out on www.cartoon-network.co.uk
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