Saturday, August 16, 2003


Everybody's heard of broadcasting. In a nutshell, it means to transmit a TV/radio program for mass consumption. You hope to capture as wide of an audience as you possibly can. Then there's narrowcasting. As defined by
To transmit, as by cable, programs confined to the interests of a specific group of viewers, subscribers, or listeners, such as physicians, businesspeople, or teenagers.

With that in mind, I'm going to do a little narrowcasting. The only person who may enjoy this would be my good friend (Mary)Lou, who might actually remember a few of these. Here ya go, babe.

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