Re: looking for DVD advise - public library

Bonnie Brown (bonnie.brown@nyu.edu)
Wed, 5 Jun 2002 09:15:26 -0700 (PDT)

Not to encourage the art of cd/dvd cooking, but the microwave we used,
continued to work fine even after all the joys of cooking bad promos.

----- Original Message -----
From: John Holland <jholland@chipublib.org>
Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2002 11:47 am
Subject: Re: looking for DVD advise - public library

> It's just like Bonnie described re her promo cd's - it is sort of
> curved into a
> shallow bowl and is completely shot through with cracks. It rather
> looks like
> someone took a sledge hammer to it, but it is still in one piece.
> I don't know
> what it did to the microwave - broke it, I hope!
>
> MileFilms@aol.com wrote:
>
> > In a message dated 6/5/02 10:01:56 AM, jholland@chipublib.org
> writes:>
> > << the only problem that has come up from someone putting a DVD
> in something
> > other than a DVD player is one that
> > someone put in a microwave oven! >>
> >
> > All right, John, I have to ask. What happens to a DVD, much less
> a microwave,
> > when this is done? I don't believe they have this one in the
> Archival> Preservation books...
> >
> > Dennis Doros
> > Milestone Film & Video
> > PO Box 128
> > Harrington Park, NJ 07640
> > Phone: (201) 767-3117 or in the US (800) 603-1104
> > Fax: (201) 767-3035
> > Email: MileFilms@aol.com
> > Website: www.milestonefilms.com
>
> --
> John Holland
> Librarian
> Chicago Public Library
> Media Express
> (312) 747-4100
>
>
>