IBMUG Monthly is the E-Newsletter of the Interior Business Mac Users Group,
located in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. January's issue contains a
number of columns, including news, Apple Lore, Deals, URLs, and a column
entitled 'Metatools Power Ti...
An AtariWriter conversion utility in HyperCard. (snazzy title, no?)
This is a Macintosh HyperCard stack I wrote a while back to convert
AtariWriter documents into Rich Text Format (RTF) files which could be
imported into MS Word.
Here is the classic Unix game Rogue, ported to the Macintosh. Rogue was
originally written by Ken Arnold, Michael Toy, and Glenn Wichman; this
release is based on the UC Berkeley public version by Timothy Stoehr. It is
a straight-forward port and pre...
eject_equ_unmount.sit.hqx - Eject = Unmount - INIT
Is a system extension which allows you to unmount disks when they are
Elleair Icons are all original icons, in a 3D
May 17, 1997 -- Mankato MN -- For Immediate Release
Iverson Software Co., of Mankato, MN, is pleased to announce Release 1
of the NewtonBook of Generic Drugs. The new NewtonBook contains over 300
generic drugs, and lists their manufacturer, tradenam...
Bible User Dictionary Modules for Common Word Processors:
Enclosed in this file are a series of Bible User Dictionary modules for
use with common word processors.
Modules are enclosed for Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, Nisus, all Claris
Enclosed in the file is a book for Apple Newtons, that contains Part 61
(Certification: Pilots, Flight Instructors and Ground Instructors) of the U.S.
Federal Aviation Regulations (14 CFR PART 61) and is current through Amendment
61-103 as published ...
Enclosed in the file is a book for Apple Newtons, that contains Part 91
(General Operating and Flight Rules) of the U.S. Federal Aviation Regulations
(14 CFR PART 91) and is current through Amendment 91-254 as published in the
Federal Register on 4/9...
TDC 1.0 is a stay-open applescript application, designed to go in the
startup items folder. it sits in the background and changes your desktop
picture every so often.