Re: Adult Video Conferencing using CU-SeeMe

John D. Lauer (johnlaue@umich.edu)
Fri, 14 Jul 1995 19:34:16 -0400


Actually there is a way to advertise when people are showing things. Its
called the CU-SeeMe Event Guide and there's an events mailing list.

Try http://www.umich.edu/~johnlaue/cuseeme/

At 02:22 PM 7/14/95 -0700, Greg Harris wrote:
>I think this whole thing needs to become a newsgoup. I mean - I think
>that we need to have people advertising about things that they're showing -
otherwise
>how are we supposed to know if there's somethink out there you want to
>watch. Getting 60 messages a day though on you're email - even
>though I've found very useful information here, is definetely annoying.
>
>
>-Greg
>
>On Thu, 13 Jul 1995, mickey wrote:
>
>> Now, this is an interesting dilemma. On the one hand, I'm completely
>> repulsed by the thought of this blatant "free" advertising on this
>> list. On the other, it may help to promote cuseeme on the net. The
>> more people who use it (for whatever reason) the more prevalent it
>> will become on the net.
>>
>> Personally, I think that advertising should be banned from the list.
>> If we don't, the list will become one continuous ad.
>>
>> What about the rest of you?
>>
>> Mickey
>>
>>
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>> Subject: Adult Video Conferencing using CU-SeeMe
>> Author: hoboken@access.digex.net at internet
>> Date: 7/13/95 8:51 AM
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>>
>> Web site for a cyberdate line available at http://www.soc.comn/ns.html
>> (That's www.soc.com/ns.html)
>>
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