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Here's the link on the ARSC publications page http://www.arsc-audio.org/newsletter/NSLR153web.pdf On 7/19/2020 9:31 PM, Shai Drori wrote: > Can someone provide a link to the letter? > > Cheers > Shai Drori > Expert digitization services for Audio Video > 3K scanning for film 8mm-35mm > Timeless Recordings Music Label > www.audiovideofilm.com > [log in to unmask] > > > > On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 7:20 AM Alex McGehee <[log in to unmask]> > wrote: > >> Very much appreciated your thoughtful response Chuck. I wish I felt the >> pandemic alone was the reason for an "environment that fosters impatience >> and anxiety, and where people react swiftly to what >> they see and experience." It's very much the case now, though (IMHO) I >> think social media led us down this troublesome path many years ago and we >> have willingly followed it. Now it festers regulation free. I can see how >> Kurt's letter may have been the only one received by the editor, but that >> doesn't excuse its full acceptance for publication. I've had the newsletter >> for more than a week, but Cory certainly sparked my response to the >> listserv. Glad he did. >> Alex >> >> On Mon, Jul 20, 2020 at 12:00 AM Charles Reinsch <[log in to unmask] >> wrote: >> >>> I was disappointed that Kurt's was the only letter shared, but maybe >>> there were no others. The pandemic has created an environment that >>> fosters impatience and anxiety, and where people react swiftly to what >>> they see and experience. The subject under consideration is a struggle >>> for equality of economic, judicial, and social opportunity that has been >>> percolating since slaves were taken and used to build this country, and >>> indigenous people were subjected to intentional and casual genocide. >>> Unfortunately, we live in a time when articulate orators are a rarity, >>> and there are few, fewer today, who can express the angst that so many >>> are feeling. Three or six word slogans may be all we have, but even if >>> they lack the orator's finesse, they will have to due. "Black Lives >>> Matter"; "Get your knee off my neck", "Enough" >>> >>> Does ARSC have a role in this struggle? I would say yes, but I am only >>> one. For those of you that may ask "why?", I say, because we are the >>> caretakers of history. >>> >>> I am glad Kurt wrote his letter, and that Cory poked the ARSCList, >>> otherwise we might have another 300 years of festering pain and >>> anguish. I'll be dead by then. I would like to see life better for >>> everyone before I go. >>> >>> Chuck >>> >>> -- >>> Charles Reinsch >>> KRAB Archive: www.krabarchive.com >>> >>> On 7/19/2020 5:24 PM, Corey Bailey wrote: >>> >>>> Hi All, >>>> >>>> In the last newsletter, there was an open letter to the ARSC >>>> membership titled "Letters to the Editor" by Kurt Nauck. >>>> >>>> Anyone care to comment on that letter? >>>> >>>> ~CB >>>> >>>> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering >>>> www.baileyzone.net -- Charles Reinsch KRAB Archive: www.krabarchive.com