Barry Willis

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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 22, 1998 0 comments
You may have noticed recent news items about proposals to deregulate the electrical power industry. You may have received solicitations to sign on with some start-up utility you never heard of, promising 10% to 40% reductions in your electrical bill. The model for this deregulation---if it comes to pass---is the long-distance telephone industry.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 15, 1998 0 comments
Remember how your Uncle Charlie used to hole up in the basement with his ham radio rig? He'd spend hours down there, tweaking his equipment and chatting in an arcane jargon with fellow hobbyists around the world.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 08, 1998 0 comments
Move over, CDNow, N2K, and Music Boulevard---Amazon.com and Best Buy want to play.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 08, 1998 0 comments
Members of San Francisco's legendary Grateful Dead have announced plans to reunite for a six-week, 25-city tour beginning in June. The group---whose core consists of original Dead members Phil Lesh (bass), Bob Weir (guitar), and Mickey Hart (drums)---will call itself The Other Ones, after an old Dead tune. The group will headline the third annual "Furthur" tour.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 01, 1998 0 comments
On February 23, Pacific Microsonics announced that Atlantic Records' forthcoming golden-anniversary release will feature classic popular recordings remastered using Pacific's high-resolution HDCD technology. The patented High Definition Compatible Disc process enhances the detail, richness, and dynamics of compact disc performance.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 01, 1998 0 comments
So far, 139 qualified bidders have signed on for the FCC's new auction. Almost all are hoping to jump into the Local Multipoint Distribution Service business.
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Barry Willis Posted: Feb 20, 1998 0 comments
February 20---Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Brazil's president, has signed into law two bills intended to rein in that nation's widespread abuse of intellectual properties and bring Brazil into compliance with worldwide copyright law. One covers software piracy; the other, authorship rights.
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Barry Willis Posted: Feb 15, 1998 0 comments
San Francisco---Vacuum Tube Valley's tube and antique audio show here last week drew dozens of exhibitors and hundreds of attendees to the Airport Clarion Hotel over the Feb. 6-7 weekend. The heavy rains that caused mudslides in some Northern California communities, combined with high tides that flooded some freeways, kept attendance down. The show's turnout was "about half of what we expected," said VTV publisher/editor Charlie Kittleson.
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Barry Willis Posted: Feb 08, 1998 0 comments
Build a road and traffic will flow.
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Barry Willis Posted: Feb 08, 1998 0 comments
Note: While not directly related to high-end audio, we thought that Stereophile's web readers may find this story of interest.

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