SYNCH


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SYNCHSynchronization
SYNCHSync Channel
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Instead of carrying pen and paper, writing their observations and comments, then converting the copy to computer text, they could carry their Palm handheld in their pocket to each classroom, tap on a handful of keys, synch the information to their computer network and print out a hard copy when needed.
An earlier piece, TV Lip Synch, 2002, features the two artists lip-synching lines memorized from taped daytime-television programs, including scenes such as an emotional reunion facilitated by Oprah, a prying interview by Barbara Walters, and a heated soap-opera dialogue.
The software is available for prices ranging from USD29.99 for a single-OS, version capable of synching two computers, to a Premium version at USD69.99 which operates on Windows, Linux and MacOS and can synch up to 5 computers.