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On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 5:28 PM, Daniel Kavesanky <email@example.com>
hi Im Daniel,
im a member of this group. My thought is simple and may be redirected
to where needed. At the general assembly meeting it is clear that
sometimes people cant make the meeting. It is also clear there is so
much discussed there as well as announcements following the soap box.
It may be documentive and multi resourceful that someone from media
and internet. or anyone who knows how to record a meeting. record the
daily meetings and then submit it to media and or internet to convert
it to mp3s or any form of sound for the web. If each day on the www.nycga.net
site the recording of the general assembly, report backs, soap box and
any meeting public at occupy be posted for people to listen too and
get up to date as well as re listen to any possible key points people
might be able to collaborate on. The sound files will be farly small
and not so hard to post on site. basic media internet 101.
any thoughts ?
On Oct 2, 11:08 pm, Drew <dhornb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Please do not post any private information here, anyone can read the
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> We want to build platforms to have such discussions.
> Thank you :)