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To: David Fortner who wrote (1351)10/16/1998 1:12:00 PM
From: BayNephron
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Dear David,
I think they are really aware of the windows issue. Hence the motoDV "studio" solution packaged with premiere. It is interest to note fuzzymedia's response on yahoos board to the edit DV for windows as being months away. Hence MotoDV Studio. It sounds like hank morgan talking. Hes not the CFO anymore .Lastly, we can stay the course, things will drop in line. Canon relationship is very significant. Now canon has to spiff up their webpage a bit. I really think the lose ends are being tied. I am really surprised that fuzzymedia can say such things if he really was hank morgan. But no body is really sure of this.

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To: BayNephron who wrote (1353)10/18/1998 12:46:00 PM
From: David Fortner
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I got a chance to speak to Radius management at the show. I'm not sure if that's a good sign or not :) I was impressed with the VP for Marketing, Brady Bruce, I believe his name was. In my mind he seems to understand the important distinction between the consumer and prosumer markets. He had some good ideas, I just hope that he can make them a reality. I also got a chance to speak to Houseley, and he gave me some insight into when the Windows products would start appearing. I don't want to put him on the spot or anything, but the words Comdex and NAB were thrown around. His big "wish" was for Firewire to finally make it directly on PC motherboards. That seemed to make sense, for what is now a software company.

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To: David Fortner who wrote (1354)10/19/1998 9:07:00 AM
From: R.S. Blum
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Hey David,

Thanks for the feedback! You by chance ask him what the hell is going on with the share price and the prospects of another rev split?

Damn, sitting around hoping and wishing for events in the high tech industry is not exactly the kind of words I like to hear from a CEO, especially considering that we're a few days away from getting the shit or get off the pot delisting notice from Nasdaq.

What about sales and some black ink for a change. Any partnership acknowledgements?

Sure would be nice to see one of these big-wigs putting their wallet where their mouths is and buy some shares. What about this Brady Bruce? If he's sooo doggone confident, why isn't he buying?

How in the hell should anyone have any confidence in buying this stock if no one--not a sole within has publically bought anything. I don't care what fancy talk these clowns offer. If they where so confident of the future, there would be alot of insider buying at these level. There isn't for good reason I fear.

-Scott

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To: R.S. Blum who wrote (1355)10/19/1998 12:15:00 PM
From: David Fortner
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I don't really understand the financials of this company very well. Ovbiously not, if I bought my first stake at 4! So I didn't talk financials with them. I mainly talked about their products, the coming of the DV revolution, target markets, and the appropriate types of user interfaces for each type of market. I would agree with you that if they are not buying the stock at these levels it's because they see the possibility of new lows. I'm holding for the longterm on this stock now, so I'm not too concerned with what happens to the stock price tomorrow, but rather next year. Having said that, do you know when earnings are this quarter?

David

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To: David Fortner who wrote (1356)10/19/1998 2:08:00 PM
From: R.S. Blum
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I don't really understand the financials of this company very well. Ovbiously not, if I bought my first stake at 4!

You paid $4.00/Share?! Damn, if could have only been so lucky!

I would agree with you that if they are not buying the stock at these levels it's because they see the possibility of new lows.

That's reverse logic. Everyone on both boards (SI/Yahoo) have been scratching their heads over how we'll deal with the delisting problem. I say it's not problem at all! Housley becomes a man and merely 'entices' himself and every VP and above to begin immediately to make private open market purchases of the stock they represent. Like he needs a brain-fart to figure this one out?!

The buying pressure alone should increase the value, but more importantly, the managment will finally be giving the investment community that they, believe in themselves. See, everyone wants to just throw credit at Housely for resurrecting this firm. Frankly, although I think he has done a fair job so far, he certainly has not suck his head on the line to make anything easier. I wish everyone would recall, the stock price is now lower by far than ever before. As such, any increased leverage and opportunity of a higher cap has been lost due to Mr. Housely refusing to invest personally. That alone stinks of a man just looking out for himself for paycheck. Again, why should anyone invest in this POS when even the insiders won't? WAKE UP DUMBIES!!!

You know frankly, I'm more than a little peeved with this Bruce clown. Any exec worth a shit always buys personally to infer a commitment to his superiors and the shareholders. Goddamn money grabbing loser figures he's gonna stick around a few months to see some options appreciate. Prick!

Having said that, do you know when earnings are this quarter?

Dates kicked around include Nov-4 & 20. Nothing official announced yet from what I can tell.

-Scott

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To: R.S. Blum who wrote (1357)10/19/1998 4:23:00 PM
From: SHGLaw
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And Scott's post is the voice of reason and season. Hard to sound like a virgin after you've been screwed.

SHG

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To: SHGLaw who wrote (1358)10/19/1998 4:59:00 PM
From: R.S. Blum
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Hard to sound like a virgin after you've been screwed.

With Radius, Housely & Berger, that's the understatement of the year. Forget about Daddy stitches, I've got seasoned telephone pole stitch scars from this baby and it looks like another round is creeping up.

IMHO, this Housely prick's gotta lotta nerve taking a paycheck without a personal risk at this juncture in my book. I'm just getting a little tired hearing about this bright future and what a great job he's doing while the damn share price continues the new 52 week low boogie.

This Housely POS ain't done shit until some of looong termers start breaking. Hmmm, anyone got any split corrected above $100. At least let's figure what the share price was when he took over and base our judgement there. Either way, Housely, you gotta looong way to go...

-Scott

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To: R.S. Blum who wrote (1359)10/24/1998 4:32:00 PM
From: Greg Thomas
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To: Greg Thomas who wrote (1360)10/25/1998 3:04:00 PM
From: David Fortner
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Every little partnership helps. I like to see Radius getting in early with these big companies. Hopefully it will payoff in the long run when the DV market is bigger. I think they are going to have some kind of stripped-down consumer oriented EditDV for Windows at the Comdex show. I certainly hope that rumor materializes.

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To: David Fortner who wrote (1361)10/25/1998 11:24:00 PM
From: R.S. Blum
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I was just reading an article in one of Ziff's rags on the future plans at Intel thru 2000. They claimed that although Intel would very much like to integrate IEEE 1394, it has canceled plans to support FireWire in an upcoming version of the 440BX chipset. The source claims that officials at two major PC makers convinced Intel that the added functionability wasn't worth the added $10-$20 per unit. Intel has publically stated that they will consider re-exploring this at a later date.

-Scott

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