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Tom Fitch writes, "In TidBITS-058, you mention that the Magnavox color monitor is a Trinitron, when in fact it is made by Phillips. Still a pretty good screen for the money. Also, if you are concerned about the expense of the Excel 3.0 upgrade, you may want to mention the Claris "sidegrade" offer, $99 for Resolve. Congratulations on the matrimony!" [Thanks, Tom!]

A quick clarification. Last week I said something about how Claris was designing all of its products to share the same interface, but I accidentally included HyperCard in that list, which simply isn’t true. HyperCard shares no features with the other Claris products, though it would be interesting if they modified the program so it did share some features. However, I’m not betting on a HyperCard 2.5 or 3.0 anytime soon. See More Apple News for the dirt.

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