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Re: REF: iris program

On Dec 14, 2007, at 8:33 AM, Robt R Pries wrote:

>  A live
> presentation and a CD are very different animals. AIS
> is trying to create opportunities for many types of
> programs. It has been working on the development of
> the speakers bureau and now is actively working to
> create new CDs for its slide rental, I would hope
> that neither project would stifle the creativity of
> the other.

  Very well and accurately stated.  Thank you.

Lest there be any confusion, I have not been, am not now, and will not
be available for live presentations outside of my own local area (too
many 4-leggeds demand my presence here at home), so no one need be
concerned that I will be invading anyone's air space ... unless someone
is planning a trip up here to Deer River.  ;-)


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