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TidBITS#64/03-Jun-91

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MailBITS/03-Jun-91

I just had a nice experience that I thought I'd share. For the last month or so, my QMS-PS 410 laser printer has been making these groaning sounds at two separate spots in the paper path

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Claris Upgrades

As expected, Claris recently announced Resolve, its spreadsheet based on Wingz technology, and upgrades to MacWrite, MacProject, and HyperCard. All designed for System 7, Resolve, MacWrite Pro, MacProject II 2.6, and HyperCard 2.1 share a number of key features such as help, spell checking, and a number of interface controls

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Wireless Network News

Lots of little bits on the wireless front. People often say that a technology won't really catch on until IBM gives it the OK. If so, it's looking good for wireless networking

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More from the Mine

Way back when in September of 1990 (i.e. the good old days :-)), I wrote about a controller interface device called the Gold Brick. The Gold Brick is an interesting idea - it acts as an interface between the Mac's ADB and a variety of 2-D and 3-D controllers made for Nintendo games

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Help Systems

Most people have standard methods of figuring out what's wrong with their Macs. For some, it involves painstaking testing to test numerous INITs and applications in tandem; for others, like my parents and clients, it involves calling me