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[ga] FW: REMINDER: ICANN-Cairo Meeting Webcasts Start Today

-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Edelman [mailto:edelman@law.harvard.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2000 7:56 AM
To: ICANN-Cairo Remote Participation Preregistrants
Subject: REMINDER: ICANN-Cairo Meeting Webcasts Start Today


You are receiving this message because you preregistered to attend, via
webcast, ICANN's public meetings in Cairo, Egypt, on March 7 to 10, 2000.

The main plenary public sessions will begin this morning, March 8, at 9AM
Cairo time (7AM GMT, 2AM US Eastern time, 11AM [the day before, March 7] US
Pacific time) with the General Assembly of the Domain Name Supporting
Organization, followed by a Public Forum of the Government Advisory
Committee and then a meeting of the DNSO Names Council.  Meetings continue
tomorrow with the ICANN Public Forum and on Friday with an Open Meeting of
the ICANN Board of Directors.  More details about meeting schedules are
posted at <http://www.icann.org/cairo2000/cairo-details.htm#schedule>.

To join the webcast today or later in the week, go to
<http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/icann/cairo>.  Complete archives will also be
posted as soon as available at this page.

Access to the remote participation system requires a 28.8kbps or faster
modem, with best access via 56kbps or faster connections.  Access to the
live audio and video feeds requires the RealPlayer, version 5.0 or later (G2
or later preferred), available for free download at
<http://www.real.com/products/player>.  Finally, access to the live chat
area requires a JAVA-capable browser (IE or Netscape version 3 or later) or
a dedicated IRC client.

We look forward to your attendance at the ICANN-Cairo meetings, and we hope
to hear from you via the remote participation system.

Ben Edelman
Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Harvard Law School

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