Re: Mac video needs a Bill Woodland

Art Wittenauer (awit@ais.net)
Fri, 24 May 96 11:46 CDT


>In the short time I've been on (and the archives I've searched) I've seen
>him answer the same PC questions over and over.
>
>There are some Mac questions that keep cropping up - the most consistent
>one centers on Macs with built-in video consistently freezing after
>operating fine for a short time.
>
>Nobody ever answers this question.
>
>Doesn't anyone from Cornell or White Pine care?
>
>I know that the Mac software is still beta, but it sure would make a lot of
>people feel good to hear that this problem is recognized and is being
>addressed. The fact that it will operate fine for up to 15 minutes before
>freezing would make it seem that the solution is within reach.
>
>With Netscape's purchase of the videoconferencing company InSoft, White
>Pine can expect a strong challenger to hit the 'Net soon.
>
>Mac may be the No. 2 operating system, however there are still millions of
>users in homes and schools all around the world and any company that wants
>to become the Internet standard writes us off at its own peril.

Well said, Kurt. I agree 100%. It would also be a good idea if Mac users
would point out just which CU-SeeMe they are using as both the Cornell &
White Pines versions are beta.