1994-04-20 - Re: BEST Inc.

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From: Ed Carp <ecarp@netcom.com>
To: SINCLAIR DOUGLAS N <sinclai@ecf.toronto.edu>
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Reply To: <94Apr19.203759edt.14786@cannon.ecf.toronto.edu>
UTC Datetime: 1994-04-20 02:38:33 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 19 Apr 94 19:38:33 PDT

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From: Ed Carp <ecarp@netcom.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 94 19:38:33 PDT
To: SINCLAIR DOUGLAS N <sinclai@ecf.toronto.edu>
Subject: Re: BEST Inc.
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On Tue, 19 Apr 1994, SINCLAIR DOUGLAS N wrote:

> A mag-strip may be copied from one card to another with a steady hand and
> a dubbing tape deck.  I'd hazard instead one could read the data into
> a computer via a sound card and edit it to taste.  Then drop it back on that
> or another card by the same method.

Wasn't there a movie several years ago that had as the plot a couple o 
college age folks making Visa/MC cards by the same method?