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Richard Danca wrote:
| Sorry for being late with this, but hadn't seen this answer before.
| News media (however that was defined) received the report on a CD-
| ROM. I have no idea what format the Starr Chamber used, but this
| electronic distribution explains how web sites could post it almost
| immediately and newspapers could print it in their next morning's
| Maybe a more enterprising Techwhirler could discover what formats
| Starr and company used. Could be useful info for others here who
| are planning to or may need to post stuff quickly.
The Starr report was delivered to Congress as a set of WordPerfect files (I
don't know what version) on a single floppy disk.