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Files from PC Techniques Mag for August/September 1990.
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Files from PC Techniques Mag for August/September 1990.
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MOSAIC.TXT 458 164 deflated
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MS.DLG 1177 485 deflated
MS.EXE 13824 3605 deflated
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MS.RC 1592 652 deflated
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Contents of the READ.ME file


To all our programmer friends:

These are the listings from the August/September 1990 issue of
PC TECHNIQUES, Volume 1, #3.

Subscription rates are $21.95 per year (6 issues) in the US; $29.95
per year to Canada (in US funds) and $39.95 overseas, again in US funds.
Two year subscriptions are available for $37.95 in the US; $53.95 to
Canada, and $73.95 overseas. (A $63.95 rate published for two-year
overseas subs is incorrect.) We accept personal and company checks,
money orders, and Visa and Mastercard. Also note that overseas and Canada
subscriptions should be paid for in US funds drawn on a US bank.
Otherwise, currency conversion fees can amount to as much as $20,
which obviously won't work out for a $20 or $30 subscription.

We place *no* restrictions on the distribution or use of the source code
published in the magazine. Please add it to your user group library or
BBS file archives. Pass it along to your friends. Make sure that anyone
who might conceivably find the code useful will get it.

And we want your HAX! You don't have to be a published writer. You just
have to get your concept down as best you can in short form, along with
small amounts of code. Think small! HAX should fit on a single magazine
page. You shouldn't send more than 50 or so lines of code with a HAX, nor
more than 400 or 500 words. We pay $25 for each one we publish.

Finally, let us know what you think. We created PC TECHNIQUES to help you
build your programming skills. Your feedback is always welcome. Write to
us at:

PC TECHNIQUES
3202 E. Greenway Suite 1307-302
Phoenix AZ 85032

And in the meantime, keep hacking!

--73--
--Jeff Duntemann KI6RA/7
Editor in Chief
PC TECHNIQUES



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