[nabs-l] convention streaming problem
dandrews at visi.com
Tue Jul 5 17:05:37 UTC 2011
I have absolutely nothing to do with the streaming! NFB staff were
aware of the problems and were trying to fix them.
At 11:36 AM 7/5/2011, you wrote:
>You are not the only experienceing problems with the streaming. I
>tried to stream the board meeting and experienced the same problem.
>So if anyone can get hold of David Andrews and get him to resolve
>this problem, it will be great. By the way will they arkive the convention?
>I seldom think about my limitations, and they never make me sad.
>Perhaps there is just a touch of yearning at times; but it is vague,
>like a breeze among flowers.
>--- On Tue, 7/5/11, Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com> wrote:
> > From: Chris Nusbaum <dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com>
> > Subject: [nabs-l] convention streaming problem
> > To: "Blind Talk list" <blindtlk at nfbnet.org>, "NABS list"
> <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>, "NFB history list" <nfb-history at nfbnet.org>
> > Date: Tuesday, July 5, 2011, 11:05 AM
> > Hi all,
> > Just to let you know, I tried to stream the board meeting
> > today on my BrailleNote, trying all three links on the site,
> > and there was no audio stream on the page that worked (the
> > WinAmp or iTunes link,) and the other two pages didn't work
> > at all. I called HumanWare tech support thinking it
> > was a BrailleNote problem, and the guy there (who is really
> > nice and a Federationist, by the way, I would recommend him,
> > his name is Andre) tried it on his computer with JAWS 12,
> > and it still didn't work. So, we determined that it
> > was a problem with the NFB Web site and streaming
> > service. I would call the national center, but there
> > won't be a lot of people there, and they probably can't fix
> > the problem there, as it's probably being managed in
> > Orlando. So, if any of you know anyone either in
> > Orlando or Baltimore who would be able to fix this, please
> > let them know so all of us who can't attend the convention
> > can listen to the general sessions and the banquet for the
> > next three days. Thanks!
> > Chris
> > "A loss of sight, never a loss of vision!" (Camp Abilities
> > motto)
> > The I C.A.N. Foundation helps visually impaired youth
> > in Maryland have the ability to confidently say "I can!"
> > How? Click on this link to learn more and to contribute:
> > www.icanfoundation.info or like us on Facebook at I
> > C.A.N. Foundation.
> > Sent from my BrailleNote
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