Spacey Ideas Lecture Bureau
| Robert Osband | | Richard Cheshire |
Lectures with the Computer Display icon are enhanced by (but do not require) an
Internet terminal at the lectern, connected to a projection system for the audience.
Known as "Ozzie" to all, Osband is a colorful character who "hangs out" on the Space Coast of Florida just to watch men and metal hurtle into the sky from the nearby Cape Canaveral Spaceport.
- How I Got My Very Own Area Code
- The story of how Area Code 321 came to represent the Countdown Capitol of the World.
- How To Become An Astronaut
- Originally an e-mail to a High School student, this has become an annual lecture presented to freshmen physics students at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Includes "How to view space satellites from your own back-yard", available as a Short Topic.
The Cheshire CatalystCheshire was the last editor of TAP, a "phone phreak" newsletter of the late 1970's and early 1980's. He also is a writer for 2600 Magazine, and gives talks at their HOPE Conferences.
- FLASH® Sucks For Advertisers
- Cheshire prefers information content to glitz, and hates having hos time wasted by "eye candy" when he wants Information!!
- Web Access for Limited Access Terminals
- Cheshire discusses Internet access from text based terminals that read to the blind, up to mobile phone web browsers that don't allow users to read print on grahics.
- Proper Directory Listings for Businesses
- As a former Directory Assistance operator, Cheshire talks about getting your business properly listed with Directory Assistance so your customers can find you.
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