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Richard Moore

Date: 27 Jan 96
From: John Whiting <•••@••.•••>
To: "Richard K. Moore" <•••@••.•••>
Subject: Weekly Progressive Radio on the Web - "Making Contact"

If you're following "real audio", this may interest you. I have a
particular interest in the possibily of "random access radio", which
would escape from the linear straightjacket. There's a two-day
conference in London the end of March on Audio & New Technology, at
which there is to be a demo of real audio; also Ambisonics, which
I'm involved with, and other technologies.


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DATE:   26/01/96 07:25

RE:     Weekly Progressive Radio on the Web - "Making Contact"

"Making Contact," a weekly progressive radio program, is now
available on the Web with real Audio.  Produced by Norman Solomon and
David Barsamian, "Making Contact" can be heard on 70 stations in the
U.S. and Canada -- and now on the Web:

http://www.peacenet.org/MakingContact                     (main page)
http://www.peacenet.org/MakingContact/rlaudio.html  (audio page)

The current and previous week's programs are online for real time
listening.  Currently available (as of 1/25/96):

Corporate Welfare - Interviews with Greg Leroy, author of "No More
Candy Store" and Chuck Collins, coordinator of Boston-based "Share
the Wealth" project.

Indigenous People on Endangered Land - Faith Gemmill, who lives
within the boundaries of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; Joe
Kane, author of the new book "Savages."  Plus a "Follow the Money"
segment by Janice Leber.

Date: Sun, 28 Jan 1996
Sender: •••@••.••• (John Lowry)
Subject: Re: Doublespeak and The New World Order

What happens with "trickle-down" economics is that most people get trickled -on.


Date: Mon, 29 Jan 1996
Sender: •••@••.••• (Audrie Krause)
Subject: Help defend free speech in cyberspace

CPSR Activists and Supporters,

I apologize for the duplicate postings. This needs an immediate response.

Ann Beeson, who is coordinating the ACLU's preparations for a lawsuit
challenging the internet censorship provisions of the telco bill which
Congress is about to pass, has indicated that CPSR may have materials which
qualify as "indecent" under the Communications Decency Act's (CDA)
definition. She said it is likely that language meeting the definition is
included in CPSR's list archives.

Would those of you who are familiar with CPSR's list archives send ideas
for items which might qualify [ie., that could be construed as indecent] to
CPSR member Craig Johnson, •••@••.•••, who has volunteered to serve as a
contact between CPSR and the ACLU in the event CPSR becomes a plaintiff in
the ACLU's lawsuit challenging censorship of cyberspace.

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