One of the model train club guys Tivo'd it and burned a copy to DVD. He
brought it in today. Fred's going to make a kiosk for the lobby, so museum
visitors can view the segment as a welcome message. (The ABC station gave
us permission to use it.) Then we can tack on a quick video of our own at
the end, directing people about where to go in the museum, special events,
etc. -- and we can put the whole thing on "loop" in the kiosk. It'll be
From: rkushnier [mailto:rkushnier@...
Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2007 8:44 AM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] Re: InfoAge PrimeTime Weekend
Unfortunately, MARCH was not mentioned. The piece was a collage which
included the work of the Evans facility from Marconi through WWII.
There was also footage from a documentary showing the contributions of
Afro-American engineers and scientists who worked at Evans during WWII.
WPVI 6abc, did film the outside of our building, as well as the lab in the
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, "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...>
> Ron, thanks for pointing that out. I forgot to announce that it
would be on
> TV this weekend. Did they mention us and/or computers, or show our
> A couple of InfoAge people said they're recording it, so hopefully
> come through, because I want to see it!
> Looks like their site hasn't been updated in a while:
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> From: rkushnier [mailto:rkushnier@...]
> Sent: Saturday, February 10, 2007 7:35 PM
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> Subject: [midatlanticretro] InfoAge PrimeTime Weekend
> WOW! That was a surprise!
> WPVI's "Prime Time Weekend" just did an extended segment on InfoAge.
> That should provide lots of good publicity!
> Ron K
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