Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 30th Nov 2005 16:43 UTC, submitted by Dane Scott
Zeta TuneTracker Systems has just launched a new three-disk set of video training CDs covering BeOS/Zeta. Part of TuneTracker Systems' FastTracker Learning Series, the CDs cover 'Basics', 'Tools and Utilities', and 'Tips and Tricks'. In addition, YellowTAB has launched a new hardware compatibility list for Zeta.
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Misleading
by Ronald Vos on Wed 30th Nov 2005 17:22 UTC
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"Order one, two or all three disks (hint...if you're getting more than one, just get all three...it's only five cents more!)."

Actually, you can get all 3 for 39,95, but 1 costs only 19,95..so what exactly is the deal?

Must be an awful lot of video though, 3 cds can hold about 12 hours of decent quality video.

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RE: Misleading
by Anonymous on Wed 30th Nov 2005 17:34 UTC in reply to "Misleading"
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well, if you get 2 cds (more than 1) it would be 39.90, so if you get the bundle, it only costs five cents more and you will have 3 cds instead of 2.

I'd say it's poorly worded. Misleading generally implies intentional misdirection and I doubt that applies here.

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RE[2]: Misleading
by Ronald Vos on Thu 1st Dec 2005 00:59 UTC in reply to "RE: Misleading"
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Fair enough.

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Demos
by Anonymous on Thu 1st Dec 2005 12:59 UTC
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what is with demoscenes of the videos? I dont buy the Cat in the bag ;)

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You're Right - Poorly Worded
by Dane on Thu 1st Dec 2005 14:08 UTC
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2005-12-01

Sorry for what looked misleading there...I changed it to make it clearer...

"hint...if you're getting more than one, just get all three...it costs only a nickle more than buying two."

Dane

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