September 2000 MMC Working Group Agenda

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                MMC 3 Working Group - September 12 & 13
                                9:00 AM   -   5:00 PM 

Hilton Waterfront
21100 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, CA USA

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Draft Agenda: 
    1.0      Opening Remarks 

    2.0      Introductions 

    3.0      Document Distribution 
               Ron Roberts will have a new revision of MMC3 to review.  See 
old business.

    4.0      Call for Patents 

    5.0      Approval of Agenda 

    6.0     New Business
              We are not aware of any new business at this time.

    7.0     Old Business 
             7.1  Review of RICOH Presentation for high speed CD-RW recording
             7.2  Review of Sony Presentation for DDCD
             7.3 MMC-3 Draft Document Review

    8.0      Review of Action Items 

    9.0      Future Meeting Schedule 

   10.0      Adjournment 
Any Questions please contact: 
Bill McFerrin,
CD Edge, Inc
PO Box 429
Windsor, Colorado 80550
bill.mcferrin at
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