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Re: Please take me off of list

From:

Rollin' Recording <[log in to unmask]>

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Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 8 Feb 2007 17:36:17 -0600

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Seems like once you get on this train, it's hard to get off!

audiogrotto



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark W. Downs" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2007 4:58 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Please take me off of list


>i have had difficulties in the past trying to follow the instructions for
> getting off the list.  my mailbox cannot handle all of the posts.  any 
> help
> would be great.  i've tried the website avenues with no results.
> thanks,
> mark
>
> Quoting Andre Pion <[log in to unmask]>:
>
>> Thank you all for you constructive criticisms about our product. I will
>> however point out a few characteristics and add a few comments to 
>> complete
>> the information about the STiL Case.
>>
>> The main difference between the STiL Case and a Jewel Case is that our 
>> case
>> is designed to preserve CDs and DVDs and not only to hold them. That is 
>> why
>> the disc is floating away from the bottom of the case and is not held by
>> putting pressure in the center hole.
>>
>> The space inside the cover part of the container has only 1mm difference
>> with the space inside the cover of a Jewel Case. Adjustments to that are
>> planned.
>>
>> True! the hub has holes that would not be in a Jewel case; the solution 
>> is
>> simple: stick a label on the back which will give you space for more info
>> about its content.
>>
>> About the hinge and the closure snap, polypropylene was chosen for its
>> durability and its resiliency. The flexible part of the hinge will whiten
>> but it is a characteristic of flexed polypropylene that will not loose 
>> its
>> durability in the process.
>>
>> We sell a label that fits the spine of our case; however, most of our
>> clients are using bar codes. This is why the standard STiL Case is a 
>> clear
>> one. But, bought in a large enough quantity, the STiL Case is available 
>> in 6
>> opaque colors like the film containers we are well known for 
>> manufacturing.
>>
>> For your information, recently, KMP Media chose our STiL Case to retail 
>> the
>> KODAK GOLD Preservation CD-R and DVD-R.
>>
>> Among the clients that bought our product for their archives, one finds
>> Coca-Cola, the JFK Presidential Library,the US Defence Visual Information
>> Center, the US Air Force, the University of Georgia, Warner Bros.,
>> CBC/Radio-Canada, the Grand Kayman Islands National Archives, etc.
>>
>> Our products have all been designed with the help of archivists and we
>> welcome your comments as it is the only way to perfect our products and 
>> to
>> stay pro-active in the field. Acquiring the STiL Case is an investment 
>> based
>> on the longevity of a product that is environmentally sound.
>>
>> I will send you free samples of the STiL Case if you ask me off list
>>
>>
>> André Pion
>> Sales Director
>> STiL Design
>> (418) 694-0449  ext.11
>> 1-888-414-0449  ext.11 (Canada & USA)
>> [log in to unmask]
>>
>>
>> --
>> No virus found in this outgoing message.
>> Checked by AVG Free Edition.
>> Version: 7.5.432 / Virus Database: 268.17.30/674 - Release Date: 
>> 2007-02-07
>> 15:33
>>
>>
>
>
> -- 
> Mark W. Downs
> Audio Preservationist
> Harry Ransom Center
> University of Texas at Austin
> P.O. Box 7219
> Austin, TX 78713-7219
> www.hrc.utexas.edu
> 

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