The 1999 FEDLINK Fall membership meeting will be held on October 28th at 1:30 in the Pickford Theater of the Library of Congress Madison Building. In addition to the FEDLINK program update and the FLICC Working Group reports, the attendees will join libraries from all over the country in a teleconference program at 3:00 to hear Steve Coffman, the author of the controversial article "Building Earth's Largest Library," discuss his library philosophy. (See http://www.infotoday.com/searcher/mar/coffman.htm for a copy of the article.) During the one-hour teleconference Coffman and a reactor panel of librarians will discuss and debate the issues raised in his presentation. Audience members will be able to participate directly in the program through email during question and answer sessions and in a chat session following the broadcast. Federal libraries outside the DC area can become downlink sites by registering with INCOLOSA, the library network sponsoring the teleconference. Downlink sites should register with INCOLSA by October 15, 1999. Additional information is available at the INCOLSA Web site at http://www.incolsa.net/HTML/teleconf/coff.htm or by contacting INCOLSA at (317) 298-6570. The live satellite teleconference is available on C-band and KU-band satellites at $100 per site. Satellite downlink site coordinators will receive packets with satellite information and handouts for the attendees. Participating sites may make one videotape copy of the program for use in their own building for the life of the tape. Additional tapes may be purchased from INCOLSA for $30. There are no limits on number of attendees at a participating site.