[games_access] IGDA Board of Directors Elections -- Michelle's on the ballot

hinn at uiuc.edu hinn at uiuc.edu
Thu Mar 16 15:08:35 EST 2006

hey robert -- thanks for your support! we can chat more 
about my start up company -- it's not a recruiting company 
but a consulting company for game accessibility (at least 
right now).

no worries about the computer -- i think we should have 
enough machines (we're also showing two console games -- ps2 
games so that will take up some of the arcade space!). sorry 
though that your super computer didn't arrive in time!!! 
sounds great! i'm sure you'll be glad when it arrives -- 
should help out with your work a lot! :)


---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2006 12:16:58 -0500
>From: "Robert Florio" <arthit73 at cablespeed.com>  
>Subject: [games_access] IGDA Board of Directors Elections --
 Michelle's on the ballot  
>To: <games_access at igda.org>
>   Michel that's great I went and checked out what you
>   wrote for your acceptance or qualification letter. 
>   I definitely think that these groups such as our
>   advocacy groups really need to step up and be in the
>   mainstream more.  I also saw that you're starting a
>   recruiting company what is that all about because I
>   certainly as you know would love to be a part of it
>   I could use the help?  You got my vote definitely.
>   My Dell powerhouse laptop is not going to arrive
>   before I leave for the conference so I'm getting a
>   loner with only 256MB of RAM but it is a Pentium 4
>   so at least that might help.  I don't know if I'll
>   be able to do any rendering homework with studio Max
>   but at least a get to do some Photoshop hopefully
>   and send out e-mails and keep some records well
>   enough to conference and even log into classes.  I
>   suspect it will be very slow especially because
>   DragonDictate 8 definitely drags the computer down
>   and processed memory.  Seeing as I definitely look
>   forward to trying to Trackir I hope you guys have it
>   set up because I'll bring mine with my computer but
>   I don't think it will be ready to run fast enough
>   games.
>   Robert
>   www.RobertFlorio.com
>games_access mailing list
>games_access at igda.org
these are mediocre times and people are 
losing hope. it's hard for many people 
to believe that there are extraordinary 
things inside themselves, as well as 
others. i hope you can keep an open 
 -- "unbreakable"

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