GENERAL: Multi-Media.

From: IN%"[email protected]" 2-DEC-1993 15:14:47.68
To: IN%"[email protected]" "Howard Lawrence"
Subj: multi-media programs

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From: Kathy Hargreaves <[email protected]>
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I've heard that University of Massachusetts at Amherst is doing a
bang-up job of keeping up with the latest multi-media; they also have a
good computer science department (ranked second tier).

I think Davis is good if you want to study regional painting (I *love*
Wayne Thiebald et al., so no flames, please; in fact I wish I'd gone to
Davis instead of UCLA!).

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