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Re: [Cif2-encoding] Skype conference call 8:45 am EDT,Thursday 30 September 2010

Dear Herbert

My Skype ID is brian.mc.mahon

I'll try to join in the conference, though I'm not certain that I will be
free at that time. If I fail to materialise, please start without me.

> For those in England, 8:45 am EDT is 13:35 BST

Presumably a general relativistic effect! I'll aim to sign in at quarter to
two local time.

Best wishes

On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 10:16:24AM -0400, Herbert J. Bernstein wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
>    James and I are going to try a Skype conference call at 10:45 pm 
> (22:45) AEST, 8:45 am EDT on Thursday, 30 September 2010.  All are welcome 
> to join in.
>    If you wish to join, please email me your skype ID today.  I will
> originate the call, which will be voice only (a skype constraint on
> conference calls).  My skype id is yayahjb.  I'll keep my email open 
> during the call, so if you just manage to get into Skype last minute
> either send me a Skype chat and/or an email with your skype id and
> I'll try to add you to the conference call.  If everything else fails,
> the land line I will be at is 1-631-286-1339, but that is just to
> try to coordinate things.  I cannot cross-connect the landline to the 
> skype conference.
>    The call will have to end by 9:45 am EDT so I can go teach a class.
>    Regards,
>      Herbert
> For those in England, 8:45 am EDT is 13:35 BST (12:45 GMT) 
> =====================================================
>   Herbert J. Bernstein, Professor of Computer Science
>     Dowling College, Kramer Science Center, KSC 121
>          Idle Hour Blvd, Oakdale, NY, 11769
>                   +1-631-244-3035
>                   yaya@dowling.edu
> =====================================================
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