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[MD1]WEB FM 2.0v3

Web Broadcasting Co. releases WEB FM 2.0v3 update for FileMaker Pro 3.0.

Palo Alto, CA — Web Broadcasting Co. has announced availability
of the version 3 update for WEB FM 2.0, a full-featured
common gateway interface (CGI) that links Claris Corp’s FileMaker
Pro 3.0 databases with Quarterdeck Corp’s WebSTAR world-wide web server
software for Mac OS.

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[MD1]WEB FM 2.0v3

Web Broadcasting Co. releases WEB FM 2.0v3 update for FileMaker Pro 3.0.

Palo Alto, CA — Web Broadcasting Co. has announced availability
of the version 3 update for WEB FM 2.0, a full-featured
common gateway interface (CGI) that links Claris Corp’s FileMaker
Pro 3.0 databases with Quarterdeck Corp’s WebSTAR world-wide web server
software for Mac OS.

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[MD1] Roaster DR 2.1

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Natural Intelligence releases Roaster Developer Release 2.1

Cambridge, MA, July 18, 1996: Natural Intelligence, Inc. today released a
new version of their award-winning software package, Roaster(tm). Roaster is
the first development environment for creating applets in Sun(tm)
Microsystems, Inc.’s Java(tm) programming language on the Macintosh(r)
platform.

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[MD1] Roaster DR 2.1

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Natural Intelligence releases Roaster Developer Release 2.1

Cambridge, MA, July 18, 1996: Natural Intelligence, Inc. today released a
new version of their award-winning software package, Roaster(tm). Roaster is
the first development environment for creating applets in Sun(tm)
Microsystems, Inc.’s Java(tm) programming language on the Macintosh(r)
platform.

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[MD1] PR: ATM Developers Progr

Apple Launches ATM Developers Program Aimed at Increasing Availability of
High-Speed ATM Networks for Multimedia Applications

MACTIVITY, SAN JOSE, California–July 16, 1996–Apple Computer, Inc.
today announced the ATM Application Jump Start Program, aimed at
promoting and facilitating development of applications that take
advantage of Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) features such as Quality of
Service guarantees and scalability in both speed and distance.

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