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Apple II rev0

Pictures of an Apple II Rev 0 that had been modified in the late 70s / early 80s into an Apple II+
-im not the owner

ALF MC1 Songs

Into the Woods Kaleidoscope scheme

Into the Woods is a Kaleidoscope 2.0+ scheme thats makes you feel you
are deep in the forest...surrounds you with trees and singing birds...
-Martha Royer
See and download my Kaleidoscope schemes here:
http://www.kaleidoscope.net/schemes/complete...

MacSense July 1996. Volume 3, Issue 5.

It's July! And here in the northern hemisphere, it's begun to get hot. So
too is this month's MacSense! In July's issue, you'll learn about Apple's
planned limited edition 20th anniversary Macintosh, MacOS 7.5.3 Revision 2
for PowerBooks and PCI Macs...

iMac System Icons

This set contains 40 System Icons for iMac. When I saw iMac, my first reaction
was how unique and cute this thing is. Well, I was inspired by the look of
Apple's new computer and here is the result! There is just one little problem:
no iMac yet! B...

Road Kill 1.0

ROAD KILL v1.0

how to play

all you have to do is choose the correct answer and click on it!
otherwise, you get sent to squirrel HELL!

in this game you are Phuzzie, the baby squirrel, and you have to find
cloud 9 before you get run-over by a steam ...

GetDITLExtensions XFCN 2.5

GetDITLExtensions takes no parameters. It returns true if the dialog
manager extensions are present.

This external is free for purely personal use. A license fee of $10.00
is required if you use this external in any

ARA script for a Comsphere_3820Plus

Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 11:19:27 -0400

Enclosed is an AT&T ARA script for a Comsphere_3820Plus modem. It is being
forwarded from George Warner (see below) who wrote the script. I believe the
script is unoffical.

Note:
George Warner
warnergt@aloft....

iMac iCon by Pixelhaus! 67k

This is the newly updated and more accurate version of the very first iCon
of Apple's
new iMac design. It also includes two bonus iMac icons, one "turned on" and
one featuring an iMac running Apple's eWorld...

well... one can dream, can't one? Smile
...

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