Presentation and Navigation notes:
This presentation is set up in a fairly sequential manner: by simply hitting an arrow key, or PageDown, you advance through it. In this version DON’T CLICK to advance, unless you’reclicking on a hyperlink button.You can navigate on certain pages by clicking on hyperlinks, which take you to a different placein the presentation. Normally, the new page will also contain a hyperlink to bring you back.The two types of hyperlink buttons are:1)References, like this If you click on them, they’ll take you to a time-line table on apage at the back of the presentation. The table contains a URL (normally to newspaper articles) as a documental reference for that point. From the table at the back, if you click onthe orange buttons which are there beside each URL, you will return to the presentationpages where the initial reference was located.2)Other navigation buttons, like this They are used for “other”documentation or for jumping around the presentationSome of the transitions are a little dodgy. There are many versions of Powerpoint out there, so inorder to make something which should work on most machines, I had to incorporate some fairlyorthopedic mechanics.Many of the references are the first ones I came across as I put this together. In many, or mostcases, there are surely more solid and more detailed references. If you come across additionaltime-line points and / or better documental references (especially judicial documents, as the onlyone we have direct access to is the first one from Judge Claudia Matteini), post them on theblog, and we can update and improve this document.Key to abbreviations: AK = Amanda Knox (red line), RS = Raffaele Sollecito (green line), PL =Patrick Lumumba (brown line), RHG = Rudy Guede (black line), SP = Sophie Purton (blue line).
Annex 1- Music events