While I’m sure most of this Web log’s readers who live in the United States and Europe know about teleconferencing, for the benefit of those in other parts of the world where the practice is not common, what you do is, you pick up your telephone and enter the number of a “bridge” – sort of a robotic non-person who accepts everybody’s calls – then enter an access code.  Doing so routes you to an invisible conference room, where the sound of a bell or gong announces the arrival and departure of each participant. That’s what I did yesterday in order to engage in a teleconference with Mitt Romney and his campaign’s principal field political assistant, Joe Wall. [Ding!] Wall: [...]

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