How would you like Andrew Welch, or one of us Ambrosians, to drop by and visit your next Macintosh User Group meeting? We could talk about shareware, discuss projects we are working on, find out whats new in the wonderful world of Macintosh and maybe even trade a few jokes. This sounds great to me. We are a customer driven company and are always curious what users are talking about, what they want to see in software and how we can improve our products or services.
Although we can not squeeze a bunch of transcontinental airline tickets out of your shareware fees, there is a work around. eWorld, Apples own electronic information service, has voice capabilities with chat sessions. Although chat sessions have been around for a while, eWorlds voice synthesizer adds a new dimension. The audience no longer has to gather around a monitor, or squint at a projection screen. The message traffic is actually spoken by your computer. All you need is a modem to access eWorld, eWorlds 1.1 software, and a Mac with speakers. A MUG moderator mans the keyboard on your end, and enters in questions, comments and concerns voiced by your audience. Ambrosia will answer live time, complete with typos.
Ambrosia Software is now open to invitations from accredited Macintosh User Groups to come and visit for a presentation. At an agreed upon time and date, Ambrosia will meet with your MUG on eWorld. Before the actual meeting, Ambrosia will send your MUG a Presentation Kit that will include:
If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity, please contact John Haley at AmbrosiaMK@aol.com or click on the info icon below for our mailing address.
We will need:
Ambrosias small full time staff is hard at work on multiple projects, so we may not be able to schedule every invitation right away. Also, there are only so many days in the week, and we are scheduling on a first come, first serve basis. Please wait for an affirmative response before planning a presentation into your MUG schedule.