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Killi-Data on line (was Re: WCW and AKA tapes?)
I received the short-term freebie as a purchaser of the Killi-Data 2000
Yeah, it's worth it to me.
See my comments on storing collections in the word-processor dictionary,
in an earlier note, for why. Wish I could do something like it for
Langton's code data.
listhub at andante_mn.org wrote:
> Since his name was mentioned, is anyone out there buying into the Killi-Data
> web site? I sent an email asking about seeing a full working demo and did not
> get a very understandable response.
> Just wondering if anyone on the list has bought in, and if so did they feel it
> was worth it?
> On 19-Sep-02 RuevenM at aol_com wrote:
>> I agree with Lee. I find Huber's attitude offensive and I hope the AKA
>>has seen the last of him as a speaker.
Those of us who have gotten to know him, see him as a most generous
sharer of his vast knowledge. I think he, and several other speakers,
don't like the generally bad quality and lack of any editorial or
property control when the video is made by club amateurs. Having seen
some, I can agree, and would probably put some conditions on taping of
any talk I would give.
It's more a problem of being associated with a quality product than
anything else, IMHO. Jean Huber is a meticulous stickler for detailed
accuracy. Bad audio and invisible slides may just offend him a lot.
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