FW: Conference Call Recording Ready for Download

From: Dean C.
Sent on: Monday, September 8, 2008 8:20 PM

Hey Newtechies,


I wasn’t on today’s Yi-Tan call and I haven’t listed to it yet but thought this might interest a few of you considering how much dialog has been happening about this on the list over the last few days.


Personally my 2c is I’m surprised that people are so surprised…this has been a long time coming and not that big a deal and certainly not unexpected.



Dean Collins
[address removed]

[masked] (New York)
[masked] (Sydney)

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Jerry Michalski
Sent: Monday, 8 September 2008 7:42 PM
To: Yi-Tan List
Subject: Fwd: Conference Call Recording Ready for Download


Greetings, Yi-Tanners

I got several requests for the audio of today's call on Chrome. Here's the info for downloading the raw audio or listening to it by phone.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Conference Recording Manager <[address removed]>
Date: Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 11:44 AM
Subject: Conference Call Recording Ready for Download
To: Jerry Michalski <[address removed]>

Your recording is ready

Jerry Michalski,

Your recording is ready, and is available for Computer Download and Telephone Playback until the recording expiration date. Please see below for details and instructions.


Conference Date and Time:

September 08, 2008 10:30 AM Pacific Daylight Time

Duration of Recording:

41 Minute, 7 Second

Recording File Size:

14 MB

Recording Expiration Date:

October 08,[masked]:41 AM Pacific Daylight Time

Computer Download


Recording Download Link*:

Conference Recording

*This is an MP3 digital audio file, which can be played with any digital audio player supporting MP3 playback (e.g. Windows Media Player, iPod, MusicMatch, iTunes, QuickTime, etc.).

The recording download link is also online on the details page of this conference. To access the download there, log in at FreeConference.com, go to the "Manage" page, then click the "Details" link next to the conference listing.

Telephone Playback


Playback Dial-in Number:

[masked] (Santa Clarita, California)

Playback Access Code:


(Toll-free access is not available for Telephone Playback)

Distribute the Playback Dial-in Number for Playback Access Code to anyone you would like to hear the recording. Be sure to use this telephone number and access code, and not the previous Dial-in Number and access codes associated with the conference call itself.

Touch-tone Controls








On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 8:55 PM, Jerry Michalski <[address removed]> wrote:


Waitaminute! Another browser? I was just getting used to tuning and upgrading Firefox. And aren't Ubiquity and IE8 on the way?

They are, but their code could use some improvement. Malware and all that. So Google quietly decided to solve that problem -- and open-source it.

With Wharton prof and tech industry observer Kevin Werbach, let's discuss: 

  • What does Google have in mind? How will Chrome fare against the competition?
  • If you were Microsoft, what would you do?
  • How does Chrome's architecture change applications?
  • How does its presence change the online game?

Some background:


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