# To subscribers of the xforms list from Rob Fletcher <firstname.lastname@example.org> :
On Fri, 9 Mar 2001, zaphodb wrote:
> # To subscribers of the xforms list from "zaphodb" <email@example.com> :
> > in the UK. It also played out audio (a speech synthesis system), but of
> > course, the machine at MIT did the talking!
> Ever thought of a netradio kindof solution? Or would this put
> too much a load on a network / be too low quality ?
I did try the netaudio stuff a long while back.
I the end it came down to getting the same box here as in the USA
and develop and push code about.
Mind you, because of the network delays, I was able to see the drawing
actually "happen", and was able to debug a particular graphic based
program coz everything was going so damned slow...
I have to say this was now 5 or 6 years ago ...
And of course, those diodes down my left leg are just killing me
Rob. (Who has co-incidentally just listened to the whole radio series
of the HHGTTG again, having just bought the whole set on tape.
Mind you, nothing beat having to wait for the next episode.
Also, I did not realise it was Terry Riley's "Rainbow in Curved
Air" music on the show either ... sort of missed that on the
steam radio broadcasts first time round ...
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