...by GOLLY! what do you KNOW! ...

Michael Sattler (msattler@jungle.com)
Mon, 20 Feb 1995 20:56:46 -0500

> FOR EXAMPLE: Suppose I want to play some music I'm writing to see
>how people like it? I Would like to be able to Have Multiple IPHONES
>open......o well the point is that I WANT MORE THAN ONE fellow IPHONER to be
>ABLE to LISTEN to MY BROADCAST at the same time......again i'm not asking
>that I be ABLE TO "SEND" different things at the same time(at least not yet)
>All i'm asking is that Person A + Person B + Person C etc...could tune in
>and all listen to me at the same time.......hmmmmm....i know what yar
>thinking....and yes it would be nice if anyone of them could say
>something back.....(taking turns of course...) hmmmmm.......this sounds a
>lot like AUDIO/teleconferencing...by GOLLY! what do you KNOW! ...
>Well waht do ya guys think?

I think:

(1) you walked away from your terminal and your seven-year-old sent another

(2) you spent far tool little money on a keyboard with a cheap shift key

(3) you're better at writing music than composing messages (I hope!)

But, ribbing aside, I think the easiest way for you to distribute music
that you're writing to a large audience is to record it on your computer,
save it in some common sound format, and put it on an ftp site or web page.
It turns out that real-time audio is still out of reach of the
bandwidth-impaired (<128kbps). Good luck.

Michael Sattler <msattler@jungle.com> San Francisco, California |
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