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Re: Speaker Copies?

  my paper is at http://www.badsoftware.com/nader.htm
  At 09:38 PM 12/2/97 -0500, charles mueller wrote:
  >        Speakers usually bring with them a written text and are more than
  >happy to provide a copy to their hosts, to the press, and so on.  
  >        Did none of the speakers at Ralph's conference here provide such a
  >written text?  Have they been asked for a copy?
  >        Charles Mueller, Editor
  >        http://webpages.metrolink.net/~cmueller
  >Return-Path: <love@cptech.org>
  >Date: Tue, 02 Dec 1997 17:37:21 -0500
  >From: James Love <love@cptech.org>
  >Organization: http://www.cptech.org
  >To: cmueller@metrolink.net
  >CC: Multiple recipients of list <antitrust@essential.org>
  >Subject: Re: No Audio
  >References: <19971202221426500.AAA160@psl2023.metrolink.net>
  >We would love to have transcripts... but this isn't in the budget at
  >this time.  It's expensive.  Maybe someone will donate the transcription
  >services.  To get the audio, one needs a 486 computer with at least 8
  >megs of ram, with a sound card (prices start at $20) and speakers
  >(prices start at $12).  Free software from www.real.com is also
  >   Jamie   
  >charles mueller wrote:
  >>         Some of us don't have the equipment to listen to the computer audio
  >> tapes of Ralph's Microsoft conference.  Is a written version going to be
  >> made available?
  >>         Charles Mueller, Editor
  >>         http://webpages.metrolink.net/~cmueller
  >James Packard Love
  >Consumer Project on Technology
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