First computer singing

From: John Foust <>
Date: Tue Dec 19 22:45:14 2000

At 07:18 PM 12/19/00 -0800, Vintage Computer Festival wrote:
>In case anyone has never heard this before:
>Bell Labs IBM 7094 Sings Daisy
>Requires RealPlayer, which sucks horrifically.
>Does anyone know of a way to download and save streaming RM files and then
>convert them to another format?

If you look at other Real references on that server, you might
be able to (in Netscape terms) right-click Save-As and save
the .ram file to disk, which might contain:


which indicates he's running a real Real server. Doesn't the
for-pay $30 version of RealPlayer allow you to save files?

Some .ram files merely reference an .rm file via http://,
such as a .ram that contains:

which would allow you to just enter that URL directly,
or save-as, and then you'd have the .rm file.

- John
Received on Tue Dec 19 2000 - 22:45:14 GMT

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