Xerox Corporation v. Google Inc. et al

Filing 138

Letter to The Honorable Lonard P. Stark from John G. Day regarding CD containing Plaintiff's Tutorial on Technology. (Day, John)

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March 25, 2011 The Honorable Leonard P. Stark J. Caleb Boggs Federal Building 844 N. King Street Wilmington, DE 19801-3556 Re: Dear Judge Stark: Enclosed please find a CD containing Plaintiff Xerox Corporation's Technology Tutorial for the above captioned matter, submitted in accordance with paragraph 8 of the Court's February 15 Amended Scheduling Order (D.I. 115). Also enclosed are two hard-copy color print outs of Xerox's presentation slides for the Court's reference. The presentation is in a Flash-HTML file format, and thus can be viewed using any standard internet browser, such as Internet Explorer. To access the presentation, please open the CD and double-click on the file labeled "Technology Tutorial.html". The presentation should then begin playing automatically in the default internet browser installed on the viewing computer. During viewing, to jump backwards or forwards between specific segments of the presentation, please select the desired segment from the outline that appears on the left-hand side. The presentation can be viewed in full-screen mode by clicking the icon containing a small box, located in the top right in the title bar that reads "Technology Tutorial". To exit full-screen mode, please use the "Esc" key on the computer keyboard. If the Court experiences any difficulties in viewing the presentation, please let me know, and I will be happy to assist. HAND DELIVERY and ELECTRONIC FILING Xerox Corp. v. Google, Inc., et al., C.A. No. 10-136-LPS Respectfully, /s/ John G. Day John G. Day Enclosure cc: Jack B. Blumenfeld (via hand-delivery; with encl.) Richard L. Horwitz (via hand-delivery; with encl.) {00502008;v1}

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