I do not have a copy of it anymore, but IIRC on the cover it lists
companies that funded the tc-04. IIRC correctly, one of them was a
company with "cube" in it's name (I'll remember the name later), among
others. Again, this is from memory. I apologize if you feel offended.
בתאריך 15/08/12 10:19 AM, ציטוט Lars Gaustad:
> I feel offended by the post below, and do consider it to be offensive slander.
> Please, Mr Drori, provide evidence that the conclusions in TC-04 are funded by commercial companies or apologize.
> Lars Gaustad
> Senior Preservation Advisor
> National Library of Norway
> Chair IASA TC and TC-04 contributor
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> I have many reservations on tc-04. It has very useful information but it was funded partly by commercial companies and it is evident in the conclusions it draws in certain areas. Read with caution.
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