MacTech Ships New CD
Westlake Village, CA — May 20, 1996 — Xplain Corporation, publisher of
MacTech(tm) Magazine, is proud to announce it’s latest CD — MacTech CD(tm),
Volumes 1-11 — is now shipping.
This new CD has:
* 1420+ articles, from all 127 issues of MacTech Magazine (1984-1995).
* Improved hypertext, and a *new* THINK Reference(tm) Viewer for lightning
* New super-fast word search!
* 100+ MB of source code use them in your own applications, with no
* Full version of THINK Reference 2.0. The original online guide to Inside
Macintosh, Vols. I-VI.
* 80MB of FrameWorks/SFA archives. The most complete set of FrameWorks
* Sprocket(tm)! MacTech’s Tiny Framework that compiles quickly and supports
System 7.5 features.
* The best threads from the Macintosh programmer newsgroups plus thousands of
notes, tips, snippets, and gotchas.
* Popular tools that Macintosh programmers use to increase their productivity
* Much, much more!
The MacTech CD-ROM vol 1-11 is available to you for just $49 (List price is
$89.00) plus a nominal shipping and handling charge.
To place your order, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 800-MACDEV-1
(US/Canada) or 805-494-9797, or visit the DevDepot shopping basket at
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Magazine, the MacTech CD-ROM(tm) series, THINK Reference(tm), develops software
for Mac OS(tm), and provides custom publishing services. Founded in 1984, the
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software for the Mac OS. MacTech strives to deliver the latest information to
all developers and provide a forum where programmers and developers can
exchange ideas, opinions, discoveries, and breakthroughs. Editorial balance
comprises feature articles, news, product reviews and special reports. A broad
editorial staff and board assures the community of hearing from the “movers and
shakers”. MacTech Magazine is read by approximately 30,000 Macintosh
programmers and developers in 50+ countries.
DevDepot comprises two complementary units: An extensive, full color
catalog (also included at the back of MacTech Magazine) updated monthly, and a
dedicated world wide web site (http://www.devdepot.com). Designed to provide
the convenience of online automated shopping with the traditional feel of good
old-fashioned catalog browsing, DevDepot also features: an new 800
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