Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 16:54:40 -0600 From: Natalie Maynor Subject: Bounced Mail **************************************************************** REMINDER: WHEN INCLUDING A PREVIOUS LIST POSTING IN SOMETHING YOU'RE SENDING TO THE LIST, BE SURE TO EDIT OUT ALL REFERENCES TO ADS-L IN THE HEADERS. **************************************************************** > Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 16:05:15 -0500 > From: "L-Soft list server at UGA (1.8b)" > Subject: ADS-L: error report from GROVE.IUP.EDU > >The enclosed message, found in the ADS-L mailbox and shown under the spool ID >8058 in the system log, has been identified as a possible delivery error notice >for the following reason: "Sender:", "From:" or "Reply-To:" field pointing to >the list has been found in mail body. > >------------------ Message in error (79 lines) -------------------------- > Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 16:05:20 -0500 (EST) > From: BARBARA HILL HUDSON > Subject: Re: Unauth Index to "American Tongues" - Improvements Invited > > >On the subject of buying videotapes versus taping them from tv, I have > >a question: A colleague of mine (who teaches our film course and is > >very much into the video scene in general) claims that it's perfectly > >legal to tape anything you want to from tv and show it to your classes. > >I've argued that that doesn't make sense, at least with videos that are > >sold -- e.g., "American Tongues." If it's legal to tape from tv, why > >would people buy the tapes? > > I originally taped the show from tv, but had a few problems. First, it was > on cable, but not on PBS, so I had to deal with commercials. Since I can > barely turn a vcr on and off, I botched up my copy trying to delete the > commercials. Also, the quality of the picture was uneven. After using it a > couple of times, I decided to ask the library to buy a copy. I'll have to ask > about the guide, however, since they have never given it out with the tape. > The tape was of execellent quality in both picture and sound. > >Another question about "American Tongues": Are there two slightly different > >versions of it? I'm almost positive I've seen slightly different versions. > > I'm just about sure that there were differences in the tv version I taped and > the version that our library ordered. > > >Btw, I agree with the people who have given "American Tongues" glowing > >reports. I consider it the best educational videotape I've ever seen -- > >accurate, enlightening, and fun. > > --Natalie (maynor[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] > > Finally, I believe that the teacher who spoke about teaching Black students > Standard English was Nona Stokes > > BarbaraHH (BHHUDSON[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] >