The 6 disc set is $69, but that gets you video of every speaker's talk plus extra bonus features.
If you found out about The Amazing Meeting from my now-defunct illicit podcast feed and feel like telling the folks at the JREF that, perhaps it might help them to realize the potential of actually podcasting TAM5 themselves. (Or, at the very least, not take legal action against people who were doing the work for them...)
Also, if you are planning to attend TAM5, it's even more important that you tell them how you heard about it.
I'm certain that you're having a very long and ironic laugh after this year's disaster - they had an ENTIRE DAY of sound footage lost... and actually called out to people who attended who (as they said themselves) 'illegally' taped the conference. They had a few people contribute sound files - but no one bothered taping Michael Shermer's presentation! One of the 'thank you's by a JREF member was rather grudging, in fact. Perhaps the one who called on you? Anyway, the details are on their site about how they ended up using attendee's recordings to save their own DVD. ;)
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