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Bill Burns
2004-11-29, 21:15
Idly catching up with last week's newspapers, I spotted a Squeezebox as
the lead item in Parade Magazine's "Better Living With Technology" for
November 21st.

The two-page article leads off with a photo of a happy family pointing a
remote at the Squeezebox (viewed from behind), with almost a full column
describing how they use it to listen to 2000 CDs (and French radio
stations) through their stereo. On the second page is a paragraph with
more details on price and function, and a full frontal photo of the box
itself. The web companion to the article has a link to slimdevices.com.

I've scanned the two relevant sections of the article at readable
resolution:
http://ftldesign.com/images/SqueezeParade1.jpg
http://ftldesign.com/images/SqueezeParade2.jpg

--
Bill Burns
Long Island NY USA
mailto:billb (AT) ftldesign (DOT) com

dean
2004-11-29, 22:22
There's also a bit about this (also with images) on the news section of
our web site:

http://www.slimdevices.com/au_news

Along with references to lots of articles and reviews about Slim
Devices and Squeezebox...

Thanks!

On Nov 29, 2004, at 8:15 PM, Bill Burns wrote:

> Idly catching up with last week's newspapers, I spotted a Squeezebox
> as the lead item in Parade Magazine's "Better Living With Technology"
> for November 21st.
>
> The two-page article leads off with a photo of a happy family pointing
> a remote at the Squeezebox (viewed from behind), with almost a full
> column describing how they use it to listen to 2000 CDs (and French
> radio stations) through their stereo. On the second page is a
> paragraph with more details on price and function, and a full frontal
> photo of the box itself. The web companion to the article has a link
> to slimdevices.com.
>
> I've scanned the two relevant sections of the article at readable
> resolution:
> http://ftldesign.com/images/SqueezeParade1.jpg
> http://ftldesign.com/images/SqueezeParade2.jpg
>
> --
> Bill Burns
> Long Island NY USA
> mailto:billb (AT) ftldesign (DOT) com
>

Jonathan Miller
2004-11-29, 22:32
How can you diss a magazine that comes free with your Sunday
newspaper? Where else would I learn what new and exciting collectible
plates are available?


On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 21:15:10 -0800, Phillip Kerman
<lists (AT) phillipkerman (DOT) com> wrote:
> That's pretty sweet. As much as I'd tend to diss that magazine, it's still
> very cool.
>
> Congratulations to slim!
>
> Thanks,
> Phillip
>
>
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com
> > [mailto:discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com] On Behalf Of Bill Burns
> > Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 8:15 PM
> > To: Slim Devices Discussion
> > Subject: [slim] Squeezebox in Parade Magazine
> >
> > Idly catching up with last week's newspapers, I spotted a
> > Squeezebox as
> > the lead item in Parade Magazine's "Better Living With
> > Technology" for
> > November 21st.
> >
> > The two-page article leads off with a photo of a happy family
> > pointing a
> > remote at the Squeezebox (viewed from behind), with almost a
> > full column
> > describing how they use it to listen to 2000 CDs (and French radio
> > stations) through their stereo. On the second page is a
> > paragraph with
> > more details on price and function, and a full frontal photo
> > of the box
> > itself. The web companion to the article has a link to
> > slimdevices.com.
> >
> > I've scanned the two relevant sections of the article at readable
> > resolution:
> > http://ftldesign.com/images/SqueezeParade1.jpg
> > http://ftldesign.com/images/SqueezeParade2.jpg
> >
> > --
> > Bill Burns
> > Long Island NY USA
> > mailto:billb (AT) ftldesign (DOT) com
> >