Practical Teleplace help page for new users

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It is a pleasure to see many new members signing up for the next events in Teleplace, the remote access via Teleplace to the ASIM 2010 Conference, San Francisco, August 16-17 and the talks of Suzanne Gildert (Quantum Computing) and Ben Goertzel (Cosmist Manifesto) in September.  To make things easier for new member I have prepared a practical Teleplace help page for new users.

These instructions cover (only) the very basic things that you need to know to participate in a Teleplace session, and address some actual problems that other users have had in the past. I recommend all new members to read the help page and watch the help video. Yes, I know, you are very smart and can figure everything out without reading the instructions… but perhaps reading can save you a few minutes.

Practical Teleplace help page for new users

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