Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of ussf_book_chapter


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Timestamp:
Sep 22, 2008, 10:34:43 AM (12 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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Switched from numbering to bullets for things participants did online at the forum.

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    103103The on-line registration system handled over 10,000 registrations, check-ins and other interactions by participants. It's important to remember that this was happening on a server located in New York -- it was all done over the Internet from Atlanta.
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    105 2 -- The program and scheduling sections of the site, used by participants throughout the event, allowed event organizers to post vital information and then edit and amend it...all on line.
     105 * The program and scheduling sections of the site, used by participants throughout the event, allowed event organizers to post vital information and then edit and amend it...all on line.
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    107 3 -- Participants blogged the USSF providing both commentary and reporting on their own activities and experiences. Additionally, since blogging had been going on way before the Forum's opening, they were sharing their local and regional activities (both pro-Forum and in their various struggles).
     107 * Participants blogged the USSF providing both commentary and reporting on their own activities and experiences. Additionally, since blogging had been going on way before the Forum's opening, they were sharing their local and regional activities (both pro-Forum and in their various struggles).
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    109 4 -- A particularly difficult challenge was the Media Justice Center (MJC). Our tech team worked for three days straight setting up nearly 40 computers for use by media people in on-line writing, video and audio storage and transmission, and many other media-related tasks. Over 350 media workers registered at the MJC.
     109 * A particularly difficult challenge was the Media Justice Center (MJC). Our tech team worked for three days straight setting up nearly 40 computers for use by media people in on-line writing, video and audio storage and transmission, and many other media-related tasks. Over 350 media workers registered at the MJC.
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    111111To make this happen we had not only to connect all those computers in networks that were Internet connected but install various pieces of special software to make the video storage and transmission work possible.