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Net Valentines

Net Valentines -- It's undoubtedly too late for people to use this Internet site to send a paper Valentine's Day card, since by the time you read this Valentine's Day should be in full swing or even over - at least in those parts of the world that celebrate the holidayShow full article

The Apple Multimedia Kit

The Apple Multimedia Kit (item M3153LL/A) includes a coupon for three free CD-ROM titles. Apparently some of the kits sold during the recent holiday season had a form with an incorrect expiration date of 31-Dec-94Show full article

QuickDraw GX

QuickDraw GX -- Those of you close enough to the bleeding edge to be using QuickDraw GX might enjoy this Easter egg, sent in by Charles Wiltgen . "Select a GX desktop printer, hold down Shift-Option-Command and choose Open from the File menuShow full article

Trying to reach

Trying to reach the digitalNation FirstClass server (see TidBITS-262) via the Internet? Those not familiar with FirstClass may find some additional details helpfulShow full article

A number of Mac programming wizards

A number of Mac programming wizards (their names are on some of the most well-known Macintosh programs available) have banded together to form The Mac GroupShow full article

Talking Into The Mouse: Hollywood And Computers

Movies arrive in tiny, faraway New Zealand well after they've opened elsewhere (if they arrive at all), so it was only the other day, and quite by chance, that I caught Disclosure - and was hopelessly confused, thanks to the filmmaker's ignorance of the Internet. The film's plot and details of action depend almost totally upon the current state of computer and networking technology, with such things as fast CD-ROM drives, CU-SeeMe conferencing, and virtual reality figuring heavilyShow full article

Apple Sues Intel, Microsoft - Again

Surprise! Late last week, Apple named both Intel and Microsoft in a lawsuit claiming that the two companies used QuickTime for Windows code to boost the performance of onscreen video in their productsShow full article

Communications Decency Act of 1995

In a move that's incited all manner of protest throughout the Internet community (and especially among Internet providers), Senator Jim Exon of Nebraska has introduced Senate bill 314, titled The Communications Decency Act of 1995Show full article

Resourceful Apprentice

Celestin Company recently released the second edition of its Apprentice CD-ROM, a compilation of source code, tools, and technical information for Mac programmersShow full article

Nisus Writer 4.0.6, Part 1: Text Processing

[Welcome to our Nisus Writer review! Because the review is somewhat lengthy, we plan to run it in three parts: text processing, word and document processing, and multimediaShow full article

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