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Subject: RE: UKNM: cdrom business cards - any war stories?
From: David Jacobs
Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 23:56:26 +0100

You don't need to depend upon them to have Flash. Publish the Flash movie as
a stand-alone exe, and use an inf on the CD to autorun it. 30-40 megs is
enough for an awesome 5-30 minute presentation with full voice-overs, a
soundtrack--the works. Hell, I did a 5 minute one for our booth at the local
Win2000 launch event that was only around 2 megs.

David Jacobs
Web Developer
Skywalker Communications

Phone: 636.272.8025 x167

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Speechradataol [dot] com [SMTP:Speechradataol [dot] com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2000 4:25 PM
> To: uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
> Subject: Re: UKNM: cdrom business cards - any war stories?
> They do work, I've tried a few. Keep the contents simple though, don't
> expect
> that they have flash etc.
> In a message dated 13/04/00 21:52:37 GMT Daylight Time, darrellbathhcl [dot] com
> writes:
> << anyone had any experience with those cut-down, screenprinted 'business
> cards' made from a punched-out centre of a CD, with spindle hole inteh
> middle and room for about 30Mb of data?
> do they actually work in your average desktop PC with a CD tray, or do
> they need a drive with a centre spindle?
> etc etc?
> pls reply to me directly
> - darrell

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