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October 13th, 1999

[9:00 AM] Mac In Europe Reaches Out To Your Desktop

Mac In Europe has announced a partnership with MacHeadlines for a special Mac In Europe version of the application. MacHeadlines brings Mac headlines to your desktop. The new version MacHeadlines Lite is specialized to bring headlines from Mac in Europe. According to Mac in Europe:

MacHeadlines is a specialized Internet browser that gathers and displays headlines from web sites around the world. This version is specifically created for Mac in Europe. It puts a thin ticker-style window on your Mac desktop, where current Mac in Europe headlines scroll by. Double-clicking a headline will open your browser to show the full story.

MacHeadlines Lite is available as a free download. You can find more information at the Mac in Europe web site.

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