Transporting papers

Dear Erling Jorgensen

I would be willing to bring papers to the conference.

If you would like me to bring them, please ship them to:

Peter Cariani
629 Watertown St.
Newton, MA 02460

and if possible give permission that the box be left on the
front porch.

Just let me know if you are sending them so I will expect them.

If there are others with similar needs, I'd be happy to oblige.

See you there,

Peter Cariani, Ph.D.
Eaton Peabody Laboratory of Auditory Physiology
Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary
243 Charles St., Boston, MA 02114 USA

tel@EPL (617) 573-4243
tel@MGH (617) 726-5419
FAX (617) 720-4408


629 Watertown St.
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Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2000 09:50:13 -0500
From: Erling O Jorgensen <erljorge@PLAINS.NODAK.EDU>
Subject: Re: CSG 2000

[From Erling Jorgensen (2000.06.24.0930CDT)]
> Rick Marken (2000.06.23.0740)

> I'm willing to bring the papers to the meeting if you mail
> them to me.

Thanks for your willingness to bring the papers along with you to
the conference. However, since it probably will be about a ream
of paper (20 pages x about 30 participants?), I'm willing to ship
them to someone closer to Boston to save you the hassle of dragging
them out on a plane. Is there someone in the Boston area who will
be attending, that would be willing to transport them to the site
and set them out on a resource table for distribution?

[From Erling Jorgensen (06.10.2000.1005CDT)]

I would be willing to bring papers to the conference.

Thank you for the offer, Peter. Isaac Kurtzer has agreed to transport
them and I have sent the papers out to him.

I raised with Rick the possibility of a speaker phone session for
anyone who would like to discuss the ideas in the papers. We're
looking at Friday early afternoon (non-plenary/non-mandatory) during
the conference. So if folks get a chance to look at the papers
Wed. night or Thurs., let Rick know so we can confirm meeting time
and arrangements. Thanks and enjoy the conference! {:expressionless: [envy, envy]

All the best.


On Thu, 6 Jul 2000 Peter Cariani wrote: