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Date: Thu, 28 Jul 1994 21:24:53 -0700
From: dclaussm@ednet1.osl.or.gov (Diane K. ClausSmith)
Reply-To: dclaussm@ednet1.osl.or.gov

Hi Barb!
What a sneak I am, tailgating on your message to "Russ"!
Thanks for all you work at AECT.  Sorry that I had to split early.
Marty gave my my shoes.  What a dingbat I am!  I can only say that
about as soon as I hit my house, my migraine hit me, and I was out
of commission for the weekend. I haven't had a headache for months, and
can only credit it to the heat.
I would like to have the list of participants, plus an evaluation form,
If you don't mind sending it.
Have a great rest of the summer.
Keep cool!
Subject: Re: Suitable hardware for the provision of multi-media to a public
Reply-To: dclaussm@ednet1.osl.or.gov

>Date: Wed, 27 Jul 1994 14:06:52 -0400 (EDT)
>From: BarbBkr@aol.com
>Sender: BarbBkr <BarbBkr@aol.com>
>I have been reading responses posted to you from others on LM_NET and am
>disturbed/discouraged that only half of the market has been discussed. Have
>you considered a Power Macintosh?? Since they already have the sound built in
>there is no need to worry about "adding" a sound board. Many of them come
>with a built in double speed CR-ROM and they certainly run fast enough
>(faster than a pentium could ever dream of running!) I have just a 6100 and
>have absolutely no problem running any CDs. Also, with the Windows software
>you could run CDs for the dos platform also. To make it easy for your clients
>a computer with GUI is a must, so why not look at the original? Of course, I
>don't know how cost and availability are for you down under.
>I agree with the info that a laser printer will be your best bet for a
>printer instead of an inkjet.
>Hope this is helpful.
>Barb Baker
>John Campbell Primary School
>Selah, WA

Diane Claus-Smith
North Salem High School Librarian
765 14th St. N.E.
Salem, OR 97301-2699

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