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January 18th, 2000

[11:00 AM] Current Issue Of MyMac Hits Virtual Stands
by Staff

MyMac Magazine has a series of featured articles available for readers to peruse throughout the week. This week's features include:

  • Death be not proud: Read how Beth Lock and the 'net made someone's life a little better in this month's "Babes in Boyland,"
  • We get a second dose of Beth this month with "EXTRA Babes in Boyland." Read breathlessly as Beth describes her trials and torments of Macintosh sensory deprivation.
  • Do you like low cost, high quality 3D animation? Then read the review by My Mac's newest reviewer, Bill Perry, of Hash, Inc.'s Hash Animation Master 7.11.

For these features, and a series of other Mac-centric articles, visit the MyMac Magazine web site.

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