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November 15th, 1999

[8:30 AM] Johnny Come Lightly, But You Can Chat With Him Too
by Staff

This week's MyMac Magazine's weekly chat will feature John Martellaro of As always, that chat will take place at the World Without Borders web site. According to MyMac Magazine:

World Without Borders a web-browser based chat community.

After the chat, stop by My Mac magazine and read Tim Robertson's "My Turn: The New Macintoshes." Tim delves into the look, feel, and performance of the latest of Apple's offerings -- the G4 PowerMac.

Visit My Mac today! With its Mac user interviews, professional cartoonist, and some of the finest columnists in the Mac community, it's the hottest Mac ezine being published today.

You can find more information at the My Mac Magazine web site.

The Mac Observer Spin: Mr. Martellaro is one of the finest writers in the Mac community, though that could actually sell him a bit short. He has appeared as a guest writer for The Mac Observer in our "How The Mac Changed The World" series. This should prove to be an excellent chat, so see you there!

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