The Internet Developer Group
Webcast of Presentation orignially made on November 19, 2002

Choose your access line speed below to view the presentaton by Paul Englebart, Director of Professional Services at e-Security Inc with an introduction by Bill Selmeier.

Please allow a moment or two for the QuickTime video stream to begin. Note the medium and large screen sizes have been broken into several sections to keep the amount of free space required on your machine within 150 MB. At the end of each section, use the "Back Button" on your browser to came back to this menu and then choose the next section. File size information has been included with each section. The complete presentation, all sections, is roughly 1 hr 30 minutes.

The QuickTime will open in a different window than the presentation. It may be possible to have the slide presentation and the quicktime viewable at the same time.

Choose this for 28.8K connections - 95MB Faster load, smaller size

Choose this for 56K connections Section A - 20MB Longer load, medium size
Choose this for 56K connections Section B - 32MB Longer load, medium size
Choose this for 56K connections Section C - 43MB Longer load, medium size

Choose this for DSL (384K) connections Section A - 73MB Longest load, largest size
Choose this for DSL (384K) connections Section B - 112MB Longest load, largest size
Choose this for DSL (384K) connections Section C - 53MB Longest load, largest size
Choose this for DSL (384K) connections Section D - 30MB Longest load, largest size
Choose this for DSL (384K) connections Section E - 43MB Longest load, largest size

NOTE: This is a straight forward recording of the meeting including the question and answer period at the close. Unfortunately we also picked up a audio squeak in the camera which comes out for large sections of the recording.

Our meetings are held in the Netscape Dining Room in Mountain View, CA.

The capture was done in QuickTime. You will need a QuickTime player to view it. See the instructions and link below to get QuickTime, if you need it.

Please be patient. QuickTime will download the entire presentation to your site and it will begin playing as soon as a sufficient buffer has been acquired in your computer. If you are looking at the medium or larger picture sizes you should start with Section A and load each section sequentially after the previous section completes. Use the Back Button on your browser to return to the menu at the close of each section.


Operational Considerations
The steaming video files are very large. You will need to have 100 MB or more of free space on your hard drive to save the stream while it is being played.

If you need to install QuickTime on your Windows or Apple system, you can obtain a free download here.


This is a test for webcasting Internet Developer Group Meetings. Thank you for your interest. If you'd like to comment on your experience send e-mail to bill@inetdevgrp.org.