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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 3 Feb 1993 08:50:09 CST
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On Wed, 3 Feb 1993 07:33:51 +0100 BERT DEIVERT - FILM - UNIV. OF KARLSTAD, SWEDE
>Is the Cinemania CD ROM available for Macintosh? And where do I get
>one? Just what I need for the office.
I don't know about Mac availability.  The version I got works through Windows
and the only computer mags I get are DOS-oriented so they wouldn't carry ads
for a Mac version even if there were one.
Someone else had asked where to get CINEMANIA (it's published by Microsoft).
I think you can find it at most mail order companies that handle CD-ROM
disks.  I know for sure that Egghead Software carries it and I think that
Insight computers (1-800-755-9649) might also.  Oh yes, here's another one
I just found:  CompUSA (1-800-451-7638) is advertising it in their
spring catalogue for $48.98.  That's a pretty typical price for it.
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          stupid by education.    --Bertrand Russell--
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