WebTV users have not had access to content distributed in the portable
document format (pdf), due to the lack of support for a built-in viewer
like Adobe Acrobat Reader. That barrier soon may be removed with the
pending release of the Adobe Document Server (ADS), which among other
things allows anyone on any platform with almost any common Web browser
to view PDFs without the need for a helper application or special plug-
At PDFzone.COM, we're currently featuring -- in collaboration with Adobe
Systems -- a 'technology demonstration' of the ADS. We're gradually
adding a variety of PDF files to the demo and seeking feedback on its
usefulness to different audiences.
We'd enjoy hearing from WebTV users after they've taken ADS for a test
drive; follow the link from our home page at:
If you want to suggest any specific PDF documents, or types of
information in PDF, send them to:
Hope to hear from some of you -- and please feel free to forward this
information to other WebTV users through other channels.
rgds ~ Kurt | PDFzone.COM
Another Solution to the Mic Adapter
I just read the Article in the latest issue of the voice about Diane
Dumas's, great idea but I found an easier alternative that dosnt require
any soldering or spliceing. just buy it and plug it in.
I bought a stereo amplified listener from Radio Shack (Cat # 33-1093A
about $24) a little battery powered gizmo a bit smaller than a deck of
cards, that was intended to be worn in ones pocket and send amplified
ambient sounds through an ear plug, kind of like a hearing aid. also
bought a 5' cable with an RCA/phone jak on one end and a 1/4" plug on
the other........just put the battterys in the "listener" and plug the
1/4 inch plug into the spot designed for the earploug, then connect the
RCA jack to one of the Audio in spots on the back of the webtv
unit....Thats it !