> scrounger of BBCs (actually, I could always just burn it onto a normal CD-R)
> and I'll use that as a master to burn some more - you can buy CD-Rs in that
> format. Another alternative would be to customise it some more, adding e.g.
> Irish ISPs and some information about ILUG, and then get some made up
> ourselves - might be a nice giveaway for LAID 2 (or whatever it'll be
> called). There was a CD manufacturing company at e-XPO which made CDs in
> that format. I didn't note the company name, but I'm sure it was on the CD
> which is around here somewhere (if I haven't stood on it).
I have a buddy who's a buyer for a "major corporation" and does a lot of dealing
with third-party CD burning companies. He's also contemplating setting up one of
his own, but I reckon he'll woose out. If it comes up though, let me know and
I'll see if he can get him to call in a favour. At the very least, I should
probably be able to get you a fairly comprehensive list you could call around
Adding the Irish stuff, such as dialup scripts, is a damn good idea. I think
there's a Netscape CCK (Client Customisation Kit) available for Linux, so you
could add a linux.ie branded Netscape in there too. :)
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