Dear Colleagues, I hope that you will call upon your reservoir of patience and take just a bit of time with this. Here quickly is why: 1. We would like toMessage 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2004View Source
I hope that you will call upon your reservoir of patience and take just a bit of time with this. Here quickly is why:
- We would like to show you how we are using technology
that is at our fingertips to integrate information coming in from Japan
and in Japanese and making it more broadly accessible to one of our little
- To see how it works, you have to click over to World
Car/Free Days Collaborative at http://WorldCarFreeDay.com and click the Outreach
Survey Link. And then the Survey Responses to date.
- Once there go to the first that came in just this morning that if for the Car/Free Day project in Tokyo and follow the clear easy step by step instructions at the bottom of their entry.
If you do this, one of these days you will probably thank me.
Eric Britton ;-)
From: eric.britton@... [mailto:eric.britton@...]
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 11:53 AM
Subject: [WorldCarfreeDays] Tokyo Car Free Day 2004
Tuesday, August 31, 2004, Paris, France, Europe
Dear Secretary of Tokyo Car/Free Day,
This is to invite you respectfully to visit the World Car/Free Days Collaborative at http://WorldCarFreeDay.com. We hope that you will find it useful.
We have just posted the latest information on your 2004 Car/Free Day events on the site, which you will see if you click on the menu Outreach Survey and then “Reponses to Date”. This information has been kindly sent to us by Dr. Naoko Matsumoto of the esteemed Institute for Global Environmental Strategies.
The hundreds of people who are interested in the problems of more sustainable mobility in cities around the world now have access to this information, through a rough translation that is now available and introduced in the indicated Summary.
We will be pleased to hear more about your day and plans for the 2004 events, and even if the text is in Japanese we will be able to have some access to it through the translation engine that is now available.
This is helping to make our small world smaller and more accessible. Now all we need to do it make it softer and better.
With all good wishes,
The New Mobility Agenda at http://newmobility.org
The New Mobility Forum at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WorldTransport/
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- We would like to show you how we are using technology that is at our fingertips to integrate information coming in from Japan and in Japanese and making it more broadly accessible to one of our little programs.