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paper on CRT technology
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- Subject: paper on CRT technology
- From: rob at alegria.com (Rob Lingelbach)
- Date: Wed, 28 Oct 1998 14:45:06 -0600
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I've been sent an illustrated paper on technology of the CRT, and
asked to put it up on the web, by Jerry Rodgers of the National Film
and TV Archives, part of the British Film Institute. It's at
Because I'm not familiar with the authority represented in this
article, I hereby ask for opinions of the TIG subscribers who may
understand more clearly the salient points.
Rob Lingelbach | "I would give nothing for that man's religion
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