Re: VideoPhone

Jonathan Winter (jwinter@pacificrim.net)
Mon, 24 Apr 1995 22:30:36 -0800


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> Hey guys,
> Nothing against the author of VideoPhone or anything, but I
> could have colored in those icons myself :) I have not noticed a
> significant improvement of anything, plus I can only change the picture
> controls (brightness/contrast) so I'm stuck in digitizer mode of
> course. If anyone else finds anything useful in this program please let
> me know. It just seems like a cheap way to make money. Hey! maybe I
> will color in the buttons and menus on Fetch and call it "Little Dog
> that retrieves files through the Internet" and sell it for $25,
> shareware of course.
>
> Jim Thompson
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I would go so far as to suggest that whoever did videophone may be in for
some serious legal trouble down the line... the program is a rip.
Jwinter