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    Re: Very Remote Participation
    by michael (froomkin@lawUNSPAM.tm) on Wednesday March 13 2002, @04:32AM (#5254)
    User #4 Info | http://www.discourse.net/
    FWIW, I've been following the live feed for an hour and a half now, and it's only cut out on me a few times, for brief intervals. Sound/pix quality seems pretty good right now.
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    Re: Very Remote Participation
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday March 13 2002, @05:56AM (#5255)
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    GA Chair Thomas Roessler has set up a cool web interface logging the unofficial IRC chat channel here. -g
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    Re: Very Remote Participation
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday March 13 2002, @06:23AM (#5256)
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    The University of Oregon Videolab page now carries the statement:
    Archived copies of the recordes [sic] sessions will be added as soon as is feasible.
    Better late than never. -g
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    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday March 13 2002, @06:41PM (#5264)
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    The University of Oregon VideoLab page now carries the rather cryptic: Retransmission starts at 1800 (that would be Accra time, approximately the time the meeting was ending) for the Wednesday, March 13 ICANN Public Forum. I didn't notice that until the time had nearly passed for such a retransmission. When I tried the link I got no feed, but that could be due to the retransmission including the same losses of feed that occurred with the original.

    Nevertheless, it might be worth checking to see if the Thursday, March 14 ICANN Board Meeting will be also be retransmitted, particularily if you miss the original, which is on at Oh dark Thirty here on the left coast of America. To save a click or two, the link to the RealAudio feed is here. -g

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    • Re: Replay? by BenEdelman Wednesday March 13 2002, @07:47PM
      • Re: Replay? by BenEdelman Wednesday March 13 2002, @07:51PM
    What is wrong with the sound?
    by BenEdelman on Wednesday March 13 2002, @10:07PM (#5268)
    User #3219 Info | http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/edelman
    I'm watching (trying to watch!) the webcast now, in the middle of the US night. Putting aside the periodic disconnects, all I hear is static / rumbling (pretty loud at that). Anyone else? (In contrast, video is coming through well enough.)

    Interestingly, I can see Vint taking off his headphones and fumbling with them -- as if to say "Something is not right with these"!

    -Ben, 4:07AM Eastern time
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