Author: mactech

[MD1] Linux Newsletter Volume 1

Note: This will not be distributed regularly through MacDev-1 — just the
first one to give you an idea of the newsletter. [Ed. -nst]

** Table of Contents

– Press Attention
– Survey Results
– Comdex Report
– Linux Trademark Dispute

Good news everyone!

We (The Linux Community) are finally getting the eye from the big
mainstream press as more than just a curiosity.

Jim Mohr, author of “Inside SCO Unix”, writer for BYTE Magazine and
several other publications, is authoring a book for Prentice Hall
entitled “LINUX Business User’s Resource”.

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[MD1] Webink Pro 1.5 and ObjectEditor 1.0

Webink Ltd announce Webink Pro 1.5 and ObjectEditor 1.0

(London, England – November 27th, 1996) Webink Ltd are pleased to announce
the upcoming release of Webink Pro 1.5 a leading object aware database
publishing and authoring tool for the world wide web.

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[MD1] PKZIP Support to Power Mac

Contact: Shannon Wendel Mark Erickson
(937) 847-2374 x14 (937) 847-2374 x38

ASi releases PKZIP DCL for the Power Macintosh. Developers are able
to incorporate PKZIP implode and explode capabilities into their
programming. The PKZIP DCL provides a library of routines for the
compression and decompression of data on a Macintosh or Power Macintosh.

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[MD1] Deals list from Small Dog

Small Dog Electronics is pleased to announce its new E-mail list of deals
for the Macintosh.

The List is called Kibbles&Bytes. To subscribe to the list send an E-mail
message with SUBSCRIBE KIBBLES&BYTES [Your Name] to

Small Dog Electronics is a Vermont company which specializes in
refurbished Macintosh equipment & software.

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[MD1] Spotlight Memory Debugger

For Immediate Release

*-) Onyx Technology Introduces Spotlight Memory Debugger for the
Macintosh (-*

Onyx Technology, Inc.
7811 27th Avenue West
Bradenton, FL 34209
Main: (941) 795-7801
Fax: (941) 795-5901
Sales: (941) 795-7801;
Technical/Customer Support:

Bradenton, FL — 04 DEC 1996: Onyx Technology, makers of the “QC(tm)”
stress testing tool, have reinforced their position as the leading memory
debugging tools vendor for the Macintosh community with the release o

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