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patrick
2006-04-13, 15:42
Squeezebox will be featured on a segment on HGTV's Tech Toy. The producers
are looking for "a real home-user who can show us how they use the product
on TV. Someone hip and articulate who can tell us how Squeezebox has made
their life better!" And specifically, not a Slim Devices employee.

They would prefer if the homeowner resided in. D.C., New York or L.A.
Alternatively, San Francisco shouldnąt be a problem.

If you're interested in being considered by the producers, please send me
your contact info and a picture of yourself in your home surroundings.

We're on a tight schedule so a prompt response from anyone interested would
be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,

Patrick
patrick (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com

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Patrick Cosson
V-P, Sales & Marketing
Slim Devices, Inc.
415-359-7407 cell
413-638-5248 efax

"Over all, you have to love this sweet, satisfying machine. Its creators
have sweated so many details, you want to hand them a towel. Now that CD
players, tape decks and turntables are rapidly disappearing, the Squeezebox
brings us one step closer to the era of the stereo-free stereo."

New York Times | David Pogue | 9 Feb 2006

joncourage
2006-04-14, 05:58
I may be an articulate real home-user (at least I think I'm real, will have to review my Descartes), but I'm about 15 years past hip!

eq72521
2006-04-14, 06:34
Indeed, the currently running age poll seems to indicate that most of us are well past hip. I'm pushing it at 29, but my home is well away from any major coastal cities anyway.

Nathan Beaver
2006-04-14, 07:11
Hi Patrick,

I'm a long time user, I have 3 SB1s, and 2 SB3s
sprinkled throughtout my home that I love, my wife has
learned to love, and I've recently explained to our
nanny how to use (our 4 month old son loves listening
to classical music in the morning as well). I'm a 34
year old lawyer, I live in downtown Washington DC in a
100 year old Federal Style attached row house. We
have about 24,000 songs so we have a big collection.
I used to own an Indie Record Store, so we've been
able to store our 2000 or so CDs. I've always been a
huge music lover, (i still problems go to 4 concerts a
month) and owning a Squeezebox has totally changed the
way I listen to music and I love it.

I'm currently at work , but can take a picture at home
this evening and send it to you.

Best regards,
Nathan Beaver
Washington DC


--- Patrick Cosson <patrick (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com> wrote:

> Squeezebox will be featured on a segment on HGTV's
> Tech Toy. The producers
> are looking for "a real home-user who can show us
> how they use the product
> on TV. Someone hip and articulate who can tell us
> how Squeezebox has made
> their life better!" And specifically, not a Slim
> Devices employee.
>
> They would prefer if the homeowner resided in. D.C.,
> New York or L.A.
> Alternatively, San Francisco shouldnąt be a problem.
>
> If you're interested in being considered by the
> producers, please send me
> your contact info and a picture of yourself in your
> home surroundings.
>
> We're on a tight schedule so a prompt response from
> anyone interested would
> be greatly appreciated.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Patrick
> patrick (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com
>
> ---
> Patrick Cosson
> V-P, Sales & Marketing
> Slim Devices, Inc.
> 415-359-7407 cell
> 413-638-5248 efax
>
> "Over all, you have to love this sweet, satisfying
> machine. Its creators
> have sweated so many details, you want to hand them
> a towel. Now that CD
> players, tape decks and turntables are rapidly
> disappearing, the Squeezebox
> brings us one step closer to the era of the
> stereo-free stereo."
>
> New York Times | David Pogue | 9 Feb 2006
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