Re: [Videolib] looking for videos

Gary Handman (
Wed, 14 Apr 2004 11:36:57 -0700

Thanks Susan, but the link you provide is for supplementary material for
the series "Machine That Changed the World." An excellent series
which--alas!--seems to no longer be in distribution thru either WGBH/PBS or
Films for the Humanities. Might be worthwhile for Bev and others
interested to contact FHS ( to see if there's any chance it's
still around.


At 10:50 AM 4/14/2004, you wrote:
>Bev: For history of computers, the series co-produced by WGBH and BBC is
>first-rate. One source is:
>At 07:08 AM 2004-04-09, you wrote:
>>I have an account who is looking for videos on the evolution of
>>computers. She also wants the title BELOVED. Anyone have any ideas
>>where to find these videos or dvds? Thanks for your help.
>>Bev Weisenberg
>>Beverly Weisenberg
>>Vice President, sales
>>100 N. Milwaukee Avenue
>>Wheeling, IL 60090
>>PH (800) 999-6645
>>FX (847) 279-8055
>-- --- -- --- -- --- --
>Susan Weber
>Media Librarian
>Langara College
>Advanced Education Media Acquisitions Centre (AEMAC)
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>April 28-29, 2004
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Gary Handman
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley


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