Re: [76attendees] realtime scripting...

"Spencer Dawkins" <spencer@wonderhamster.org> Thu, 12 November 2009 12:03 UTC

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Ingemar,

> I saw it as an extra help for people with hearing problems (like myself)
> but apparently it gives extra value for others as well.

by Thursday night, we ALL have hearing problems, and we're not parsing 
English no matter what language we spoke growing up :D

Thanks for making this available. When Harald had me taking notes at the 
IETF plenary(s? can't remember), I was nowhere near this accurate, and the 
RFID system lets me figure out who is speaking without craning my head 
randomly. Yet Another Technology That Has Advanced.

Spencer