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Use of annotation in interactive TV environments

From: Martin Bryan <mtbryan@sgml.u-net.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 08:03:42 -0000
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The following conference may be of interest to anyone considering the role
of annotations in environments such as interactive TV, video-conferencing,
etc. Anyone wishing to speak on such issues at the conference should contact
Martin Bryan at The Diffuse Project.

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From Convergence to Consolidation - What's Next in the Information Market?
A conference organized by the IST Diffuse Project, 7th March 2001, Brussels

The first Diffuse Conference, organized as part of the Information Society
Technologies (IST) initiative of the European Commission, will explore
developments in digital content dissemination in an environment evolving
from convergence to consolidation, and consider how these changes will
influence future standardization initiatives. The conference, details of
which are attached, will deal with the issues raised by the converging
market place from the perspective of those who need to develop, implement,
and use products and services based on standards and specifications.

Martin Bryan
Technical Manager, The Diffuse Project

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Diffuse: http://www.diffuse.org, mailto:mtbryan@diffuse.org
The Diffuse Project is funded under the European Commission's IST programme.
Diffuse publications are maintained by TIEKE (Finnish IT Development
Centre), IC Focus and The SGML Centre.
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The SGML Centre, 29 Oldbury Orchard, Churchdown, Glos GL3 2PU, UK
Phone/Fax: +44 1452 714029  E-mail: mtbryan@sgml.u-net.com





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