Ah ha! I've always wanted to do that.
On an unrelated note, I have been thinking about Internet-based telephone solutions to keep us here at TR connected. Our far-flung staff has always used IMs and e-mail to communicate, but sometimes, a phone call is better. I've used 'net phone software like NetMeeting before, but what I really want is better software plus a really good handset that acts like a real phonesomething with a wireless handset and a base with a built-in speakerphone. Something cheap, too. Any recommendations?
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