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- n. Plural form of cybercast.
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Starting Sept. 1, Web heads can get unlimited Internet access, an e-mail account (your firstname.lastname@example.org) and 5 megabytes of storage space for personal Web pages -- along with record reviews, artist profiles, concert cybercasts, even multiplayer gaming.
These forums became the first cybercasts from the White House, allowing people all over the world to enjoy them and participate in the question-and-answer sessions afterwards.
(Amanda kindly had assisted Jose and Jamie for the previous cybercasts.)
Hopefully the very next time that you drop in to see our cybercasts you will see that we at the mountain.