February 1989 MAGazine Volume 5 Number 2

Table Of Contents

Calendar of Events - February 1989

Saturday, February 11, 1989 - 1:00 PM - The General Meeting will be held in Jenning's Hall in Room J-2 on the campus of State Technical Institute of Memphis. To be discussed at the meeting is the initiation of Theme Meetings where a certain topic is the focus of the General Meeting. After the conclusion of the General Meeting, the first of a series of SIG meetings will take place. Todd Rooks will lead the New Users SIG for which he will be the chairperson. These SIG meetings should help spur interest and increase membership in the Special Interest Groups.


By Charles Williams

Officers for 1989 were elected at the January meeting of the Memphis Amiga Group. Your new officers are: President Broadus Weatherall, Vice President Todd Rooks, Secretary/Treasurer Charles Williams, Librarian Bill Bowers, and MAGazine Editors John and Sean Kiss.

Don Lockard wound up his tenure as Graphics SIG chairman with the long- awaited graphics contest. The top three of twenty-three entries were selected by members at the meeting. Shane Russell (Thunderkitty) took second and third places with "Bear Woman" and "BattleMaster2", respectively. Ed Bilson's still life image "Contest" won first place. Shane will receive certificates of recognition for his work and Ed will get a year's extension of his MAG membership. Everyone who entered received copies of all entries on disk. Raytrace images were popular with the voters as they took first and third places in the contest.

Byte-By-Byte sent the club a one hour instructional video cassette on their latest product, Sculpt-Animate 4D. The first half hour presented some very impressive still images and animations. Then we watched as they demonstrated ways of building objects with 4D. The second half of the video, to be viewed at an upcoming meeting, will involve making animations with 40. Thanks to Ed Bilson for bringing his VCR so that we could all see the video tape. Contact the new librarian, Bill Bowers, if you want to check out this video tape for personal viewing.

Welcome to the four new members who signed up at the Jan. meeting: Sharon Porter, Lonnie Clay, Robert Helm and Joe Norman. Also, welcome back to two old members: Norman Wade and Eugene Harvey.


Memphis Amiga Group
Box 17426
Memphis, TN 38187

MAGazine is published monthly by the Memphis Amiga Group (MAG), a nonprofit organization offering assistance to fellow Amiga owners and those interested in the Amiga. Membership in the Memphis Amiga Group is available for an annual fee of $20 per family. Memphis Amiga Group officers for 1989 are:

Broadus Weatherall
(901) 767-9239

Todd Rooks
(901) 373-0198

Charles Williams
(501) 655-8777

Bill Bowers
(901) 756-8196

Sean & John Kiss
(901) 365-1244


Review by X\Editor/ED

Well lets get the big question out of the way first, is Sculpt Animate 4D worth $499.95 ($195.00 if you update)? To me personally it is, for someone else whose interests lay in different directions probably not. About this time your saying to yourself there he goes with that philosophical BS trying to justify spending all that money. So let me try and answer it in another way. If you already have S A 3D and you enjoy using it than 4D will increase your enjoyment. The added features and ease with which they can be used make 4D a lot more fun.

At this point in my review I had planed to give a comparison of running times showing how much faster 4D is. However as you can see in the comparison below 3D ran faster than 4D. I've called Byte by Byte about this and they told se that 4D is faster. I ran the test over again using a friends computer thinking the problem might be the 68010 chip I'm running in my 1000. Same results. I will continue to investigate this discrepancy and report on the results in a future article.

one sphere
one light source
image size full

wireframe 1.05s .71s
sketch 2.99s 7.62s
painting 3.12s 8.16s
scanline/p 13.82s
scanline/s 7m 36.19s
snapshot 8s 33.16s llm 9.31s
photo 9m 20.77s 15m 50.34s

In defence of the added tine 4D takes to render let me say the image produced with 4D is far superior.

BYTE by BYTE improved the program by adding features and making changes that would allow the user to be able to build scenes with a lot sore ease and save time to boot.

The file requester is the first hint of the vast improvement in 4D. Your presented with three boxes one lists your drives, the next your current drive and directory and the last the contents of that directory. By simply clicking on the drive, directory, or file your request is done. Another improvement over 3D is the modify faces requester. 3D, color, texture, and smoothing requester were all separate and even after the change was made you than had to modify the faces with the do modify requester. With 4D you bring up the modify faces requester sake your changes click onset and the changes are made. Metal is a new texture that was added. As near as I can tell it gives you a surface somewhere between shiny and mirrored. Here is where BYTE by BYTE could really have gotten my attention by adding surface sapping. Oh well maybe in a future update.

Two new rendering modes have also been added they are called scanline snapshot and scanline painting. Both are faster than there respective names sake and yield very nice results.

Have you ever tried to draw a screw thread or a coiled spring. I don't know how BYTE by BYTE could have made it any easier then they've made it. I use with a $3000.00 cad package at work called CADKEY and the best it can do is draw a helix line.

For those how like to use script file they've expanded the list of commands to include animation and the new tools. If it can be done from the key board theirs a script command to equal it. Macro's have also been added so you can now assign with a script file any command or group of commands to almost any key. You also can now assign any command to a key with the hot key option by simply pressing the ALT key and the desired alphabetic key immediately after the command was executed. What's the difference. between macros and hot keys? Macros remain part of the program and are not lost when exiting. Fonts is another of the new options available. Activate the font requester and type away, the first character is loaded into the current window at the position of the cursor, and the cursor will be advanced to the right by the size of the character. The character will be sized to match the current window and all characters there after until you leave font and then reactivate.

Make tri-view big will enlarge and layer the tri-view windows, making it easier to build your objects. Make tri-small reverses the process. Snap to and keyboard controlled cursor placement help in accurately placing the cursor. When using the snap option you can snap to the center or centroid of an object. This is real handy when you what to expand or contract that object.

Working on a scene with many objects in then will try your patience waiting for the screen to refresh. 4D to the rescue with HIDE SELECTED VERTICES. With this request your able to temporarily remove the objects your not working with. This not only speeds up screen refreshing but it sakes it easier to see the object you are currently working on.

What makes a good program even better? A well written manual, cause if you can't understand how to use the program what good is it. Example 'DWB RENDER'. BYTE by BYTE dose not have to take a back seat to anybody in the manual writing department. GOOD JOB!

Part of the package I wish I could take advantage of is the 68020/30 program disk. It sure would be nice to have a 2500 and be able to render those scenes in minutes instead of hours.

I have found one bug in 4d and informed BYTE by BYTE about it. If you try use a background in photo mode, the image produced will be all garbled were the background should be.

All in all, I have enjoyed using 4D. Oh, by the way, if your interested have Sculpt-Animate 3D for sale.


From X\Editor/ED

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who submitted articles, reviews, and columns. Without you there wouldn't have been a MAGazine. I would also like to compliment you on the content and subject matter of your articles. I've read a tot of other user groups newsletters and generally speaking I think our newsletter had more useful information. However know is not the time to rest on our laurels we've got new editors and they are going to need all the support we can give. If you get a new game how about taking a little time away from it to write quick review. If you need help with something or maybe you've got an item to sett or whatever get it in the MAG.



By Charles Williams

A more thorough treasurer's report will have to wait until 1 can obtain all of the financial records from the 1988 club officers. The most recent bank statement that I was able to get shows a balance of $613.77 on November 21, 1988. To that I can add the transactions from the December meeting where I took in a total of $323. Dues accounted for $140 and the remaining $183 came from the sale of blank disks and club disks.

I reimbursed Ed Bilson $25 in cash for postage for the newsletter. The remaining $298 was used to open a savings account for the Memphis Amiga Group in Wilson, Arkansas. Living 50 miles from Memphis made it necessary to transfer the banking to a more convenient location for the new treasurer (me). As soon as it can be arranged, the remaining club funds will be transferred to this savings account.

On January 18, 1989 I ordered 400 blank disks for the club. These are the disks that we sell as blank disks at the meetings and use to put the club "disk of the month" on. The disks were $3.16 and I also ordered 400 labels for $12. Shipping and handling came to $11, bringing the total cost to just under $.85 per disk.

I also spent $12 on a cash box and a couple of receipt books to help make transactions at the meetings a little easier to do and keep track of.

Memphis Amiga Group

This survey/questionnaire was designed to determine how the MEMPHIS AMIGA GROUP could better served its members. The completion and return of the survey by the February General Meeting will automatically make you eligible for a drawing with the prize being five (5) blank disks.

1) Please rank in order of interest (1-10). 1 = highest interest, 10 = lowest interest.

___ Wordprocessing Desktop Publishing
___ Basic Programming
___ Telecommunications
___ Games
___ Sound/Music
___ Graphics/Art
___ C.A.D.
___ Desktop Video
___ Business Applications
___ Other ______________

2a) Would the General Meeting be more easily attended if it were moved to a different time? Please specify week and day. Ex. 2nd Sat.

b) Time: Please check one. ___ Morning ___ Near Noon ___ Evening

3) If the club were to make a purchase using its savings what piece(s) of hardware or software would you want bought? ___________________________

[Photo and caption: "CONTEST" by Ed Bilson was the winning entry in the Memphis Amiga Group graphics contest. This still life arrangement was done with Byte-By-Byte's Sculpt-Animate 4D, a powerful raytrace and animation package.]


HELLO! It is a pleasure to begin my duties as the President of the Memphis Amiga Group. I hope that we can continue to help make this club grow and become a better service to the Amiga community.

Broadus Weatherall


We are pleased to announce that the following members have joined our club:

Walter T. Chapman
James Robbins


Please note that the "T" Shirts and Sweatshirts have now arrived and will be available at the February General Meeting. There- was a slight problem with the Jackets and this situation will be discussed at this same meeting. Also, order blanks will be available for those of you who missed out on this opportunity to advertise your excellent taste in computers.


The Northwest Arkansas Amiga Users Group will hold a "swap meet" on March 4, 1989. Please contact Mr. Don Kennedy for further details at the following phone numbers:

Day: (501) 757-2740 Ext. 173
Night: (501) 521-0420


Beginning with the March issue of the MAGazine, there will be an abbreviated BASIC Tutorial written by Sean Kiss. They will basically contain short routines which should be of interest to those who have not been working with BASIC. It should also be of interest to those of you who have children who would like to experiment with this form of "entertain- ment".

Membership list as of January 31, 1989

***** Please pay dues by the SECOND SATURDAY of the month on your EXPIRE date *****

Andrews Freddie L. Memphis TN 38128 MAY 89
Bilson Edward Memphis TN 38115 JAN 90
Bowers William Memphis TN 38119 MAY 89
Breu Joe Memphis TN 38115 AUG 89
Branan Daisy Memphis TN 38111 NOV 89
Broughton Kevin W.******* New York NY 09223-5366 JAN 89
Buford Matt Bartlett TN 38134 JUN 89
Burford Tim Southaven MS 38671 FEB 89
Burns Keith Cordova TN 38018 SEP 89
Campbell Terry A. Horn Lake MS 38637 AUG 89
Cervetti Michael******** Cordova TN 38018 JAN 89
Chapman Walter T. Drummonds TN 38023 JAN 90
Clay Lonnie C. Memphis TN 38111 JAN 90
Crichton Robert H. Jr. Millington TN 38053 SEP 89
Davenport Marshall Memphis TN 38127 OCT 89
Davidson Al Memphis TN 38125 AUG 89
Doss Leonard & Mary Ann Memphis TN 38119 AUG 89
Echols Steve Memphis TN 38116 DEC 89
Ginn Raymond Memphis TN 38127 DEC 89
Gray Bobby,Vickie,Terre Brighton TN 38011 MAY 89
Grimes Tim McLemoresville TN 38235 NOV 89
Harruff Richard Cordova TN 38018 AUG 89
Harvey Eugene Memphis TN 38126 JAN 90
Head David & Deborah**** Memphis TN 38134 JAN 89
Helm Robert Memphis TN 38107 JAN 90
Hoffman Dr. Walter K. Memphis TN 38122 AUG 89
Hooker Bill Memphis TN 38134 NOV 89
Hudson Scott Memphis TN 38115 JUN 89
Jasmer Jerry Millington TN 38053 SEP 89
Jefferson Tom Bartlett TN 38134 NOV 89
Jenkins Andy D. Bartlett TN 38134 DEC 89
Jennings Ron Carson CA 90746 MAR 89
Johnson Richard Memphis TN 38127 SEP 89
Jones Tom Memphis TN 38128 AUG 89
Karpov Victor Memphis TN 38115 OCT 89
King Guy 0. Jr. Collierville TN 38017 DEC 89
Kiss John & Sean Memphis TN 38118 FEB 89
Kligel Joe Memphis TN 38128 SEP 89
Lendennie Dianne Collierville TN 38017 DEC 89
Lockard Don Alamo TN 38001 AUG 89
Norman Joe R. Dyersburg TN 38024 JAN 90
Porter Sharon Memphis TN 38109 JAN 90
Presley Daniel********** Southaven MS 38671 JAN 90
Robbins Dr. James Mobile AL 36695 JAN 90
Rooks Todd Memphis TN 38128 MAY 89
Russell Shane Memphis TN 38134 JUL 89
Sanders Joe Memphis TN 38134 DEC 89
Schwartz Dr. Alan Memphis TN 38187 AUG 89
Smart Timothy G. Memphis TN 38111 MAY 89
Spain David Bartlett TN 38135 NOV 89
Thomas Roland Millington TN 38053 APR 89
Vineyard Charles W. Memphis TN 38118 AUG 89
Wade Norman Memphis TN 38104 JAN 90
Wallace Michael S. Marion AR 72364 SEP 89
Walp Len Memphis TN 38128 DEC 89
Weatherall Broadus & JoAnne Memphis TN 38111 JAN 90
Williams Charles Wilson AR 72395 AUG 89
Winfield Kenneth Memphis TN 38128 DEC 89
Witt Patt************** Memphis TN 38111 JAN 89

The DUCK Pond BBS - 2400 BAUD - (24 hours)
Memphis, TN (901) 761-3729 "ask for Scrooge"
Birmingham, AL (205) 822-0956 "ask for Howard"

Special Interest Group Chairpersons
John & Sean Kiss . . . . Sound
John & Sean Kiss . . . . Business
Keith Burns . . . . . . Hardware


AmiEXPO - New York City is the first Big Amiga Event of '89 - Over 10,000 attendees and 120 companies will join the Biggest and the Best of the Amiga at Times Square in the heart of Manhattan. AmiEXPO gives you more of the Amiga than any other show. With 120 Amiga Exhibitors, displaying the latest and hotest products - You Get The BEST! Our Amiga Conference program with seminars on more Amiga topics lets you - Hear The BEST! And our Master Class series lets you - Meet the BEST!



AmiEXPO has a long history of the most prominent speakers and dignataries in the Amiga market. Past Amiga Keynoters include: Jay Miner, R.J. Mical, Guy Wright, Fred Fish, Don Hicks and Jeff Porter. AmiEXPO - New York will continue the tradition of great Amiga Keynoters:

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

General Manager, Worldwide Software
and Product Support
Commodore Business Machines, Inc.

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Graphic Artist & Programmer
Legend Software

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

AmigaWorld Magazine


AmiEXPO attracts the most Amiga developers and AmiEXPO - New York will be no exception. Over 250 different companies have joined The Amiga Event and New York is expected to top the rest. With the latest Games, Professional Software, Hardware, Maga- zines and Services - ArniEXPO has it all, just for you! The show floor is a great place to get bargains, meet new developers, see Amiga VIP's, or just get a better look at all those new Amiga products introduced only at AmiEXPO.


Amiga Master Classes are designed to provide information on important professional topics. There are six different topic areas, divid- ed into introductory (I) and advanced (II). Introductory classes are held in the morning and advanced classes are in the afternoon. Feel free to attend both. Each class runs 3 hours, costs $50 a person and is limited to 25 students. The six classes are as follows:

The Amiga as a Professional Video Tool.

The use of the Amiga as a digitizer, titler, graphics and presenta- tion tool will be examined. Professional video and titling stan- dards will be explained.

The Amiga as an Electronic Music Tool.

Learn the fundamentals of sound digitising, sample editing, full function sequencers and patch/editor librarians available for the Amiga. The class will include an introduction to MIDI and the setup of an Amiga MIDI studio.

Working with Amiga Graphics

This class will cover all aspects of the current state of the Amiga art of graphics, with a concentration on illustration. Emphasis will also be given to techniques for working at the pixel level. Students are encouraged to bring selections of their Amiga art- work for a critique.

Programming The Amiga in C.

This master class will cover specific areas of programming in C on the Amiga. Programming I will concentrate on using the Exec, while Programming II focuses on interfacing with Intuition and Amiga screen displays.

The Amiga Animation Station.

This course will cover all aspects of Amiga Animation. Cel creation, tweening, modeling, object editing, metamorphic and hierarchical animation will be discussed. Both two and three dimensional techniques will be explored.

Publishing From the Amiga Desktop

Desktop Publishing topics will include page composition, color separations, and the integration of Amiga publishing tools. A special focus on setting up your document to achieve optimum results at printout time at the typesetters will be offered.


Friday, March 3
12 Noon to 6:00 PM
Saturday, March 4
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 5
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Only AmiEXPO gives you the most comprehensive Amiga conferences. Here you can learn about new technology applications, hands-on technology or just discover all the great applications for your AMIGA.

Friday, March 3, 1989

10-1 Video I Master Class Music I Master Class Graphics I Master Class Publishing I Master Class
1-2:30 Amiga Music Software and Hardware Panel
2-5 Video II Master Class Music II Master Class Graphics II Master Class Publishing II Master Class
3:30-5 Amiga Hardware and Expansion Clinic

Saturday, March 4, 1989

10-1 Animation I Master Class Graphics I Master Class Programming I Master Class Publishing I Master Class
11-12:30 Amiga Graphics Software and Hardware Panel
1:30-3 Amiga Video Software and Hardware Panel
2-5 Animation II Master Class Graphics II Master Class Programming II Master Class Publishing II Master Class
4-5:30 Amiga CLI Clinic

Sunday March 5, 1989

10-1 Animation I Master Class Video I Master Class Programming I Master Class Music I Master Class
11-12:30 Amiga Animation Software and Hardware Panel
1:30-3 Amiga Desktop Publishing Software and Hardware Panel
2-5 Animation II Master Class Video II Master Class Programming II Master Class Music II Master Class


Advance registration will save you $5 off the on-site fee and automatically enroll you in our AmiEXPO - Free Europe Giveaway. Call us at 1-800-32-AMIGA with a Visa or MasterCard and we'll give you a $5 discount and enter your name in the giveaway.

ONE DAY - $15.00
TWO DAYS - $20.00
THREE DAYS - $25.00

These prices already reflect the $5 discount. Prices are $5 more at the door.

Your registration to AmiEXPO - New York City includes admission to the Exhibition, Keynote Session, Amiga Seminars and the AmiEXPO Video Theater. Other events may be available for free or for a small admission charge.

PLEASE NOTE: You will receive a confirmation of your registration. But no tickets will be mailed to you. When arriving at show site, go to advance registration and your tickets will be waiting for you.


The luxurious Marriott Marquis Hotel is the headquarters hotel for AmiEXPO. The Marriott is the site of all show activities: the exhi- bition, the conferences, the Master Classes and the many Amiga social events that make AmiEXPO, The Amiga Event. Located in the heart of New York, just off Times Square, the Marriott brings all the sites and sounds of New York just a few blocks away. At the Marriott you will be wined and dined, with five restaurants, bars, cafes, a Broadway Theater and even a revolving club atop the sixty- story atrium lobby. So join AmiEXPO at the Marriott Marquis and experience a great Amiga show!

AmiEXPO is offering specially reduced rates at the Marriott: $145.00 Single or Double. To make a reservation and enjoy this magnificent hotel, call Marriott Reservations at 1-212-398-1900, and tell them you are coming to

AmiEXPO in March. Deadline for hotel reservations is February 16, 1989.


American Airlines is the official carrier for AmiEXPO - New York City. American is offering a special 5% discount only to Amiga users. This 5% discount is good off any ticket to New York, including Supersaver and MaxiSaver fares.

To get this special discount, call American at (800) 433-1790 and give them this I.D. number: STAR File #S-81761. This will identify you as an important customer and qualify you for that extra 5% discount.


All AmiEXPO activities are being held at the New York Marriott Marquis, located at 1535 Broadway, (Between 45th & 46th Streets -- just north of Times Square) New York City, New York.

American Airlines services all three New York City airports (LaGuardia, John F. Kennedy International and Newark International). Taxi, Limousine and Bus service are available from all three airports to Grand Central Station in the heart of Manhattan. From JFK Airport, the Train to the Plane is a fast and inexpensive way to get downtown.

Train and commuter rail service is available to Penn Station (7th Avenue and 33rd Street) and Grand Central Station (Lexington Ave and 42nd Street). From either station it is a short Taxi, Bus or Subway ride to the Marriott.

Bus: Taking a bus to the Marriott is simple. Just take the M10, M27 or M104 going downtown on Broadway or Uptown on 8th Avenue. Get off at 45th street.

Subway: Many subway connections are available to the Marriott. Take the IRT 1, 2 or 3 to 42nd Street and Times Square. The IND B, D, N, Q, or R trains to 42nd Street. The S - 42nd Street Shuttle and the IRT 7 also service 42nd street and Times Square. You may also consider taking the A, C, E or K train to 42nd Street and 8th Avenue, but the walk is a bit longer.

Parking: There is only Valet parking available at the Marriott for $27 a day. However, there is plenty of other parking in the immediate area for much less on the weekends.


If you have any questions, or need help making your arrangements to attend AmiEXPO - New York City, please feel free to call us:

IN NEW YORK STATE: (212) 867-4663

We are open Monday - Friday, 8:30AM to 6:00PM Eastern Standard Time. A 24 hour answering and information system is available after business hours.

Our 24 hour telecommunications link - AmiNET - at (212) 986-7730 is available for daily updates to Expo information and questions.

This Preliminary Program was produced on an Amiga using Professional Page software from Gold Disk, Inc.

AmiEXPO is a registered trademark of AmiAssociates, Inc.
Amiga is a registered trademark of Commodore-Amiga, Inc.

These Companies and 32,000 Amiga Users Joined AmiEXPO,
The Amiga Event in '88

A-Squared * A.X. Productions * Abacus Software * Accolade * Actionware * Activision * Aegis Development * Amazing Computing * American People/Link * Amic Development Corp. * Amiga Science & Technology Users * Amicore International * Amiga Sentry * AmigaWorld * AmigoTimes * AmiNET, Inc. * AMuse, Inc. * Anakin Research, Inc. * Anco Software, Inc. * ASDG, Inc. * Avant- Garde Software, Inc. * Associated Computer Services * Boston Computer Society * Brookfield Communications, Inc. * Brown-Wagh Publishing * Byte by Byte Corporation * Central Coast Software * Chicago Computer Society * Cleveland Area Amiga Users Group * C Ltd. * Commodore Amiga User International * Commodore Business Machines, Inc. * Commodore Magazine * Compu-Art * Comp-U-Save * Computer System Associates * Creative Computers * Creative Microsystems, Inc. * Crystal Innovations * DesignLab * Digital Creations * Digital Dynamics * DigitalWorld * Digitek Software Discovery Software International * Dr. T's Music Software, Inc. * Elan Design, Inc. * Electronic Arts * Emerald Intelligence * Expert Services * Eyebytes * Finally Software, Inc. * Firebird Licensees, Inc. * Free Spirit Software, Inc. * Fuller Computing Systems * Gateway Amiga Club Gold Disk, Inc. * Great Valley Products * Haitex Resources, Inc. * Hash Enterprises * Hugh's Software Ranch * Hypertek/Silicon Springs * Impulse, Inc. * Infinity Software, Inc. * Info Magazine * Inner Connection, Inc. * InnoVision Technology * Interactive Softworks * Jumpdisk * Lake Forest * Logic, Inc. * Lattice, Inc. * Magnetic Media * Magnetic Music * Magni Systems, Inc. * Manx Software * Memory and Storage Technology * Meridian Software, Inc. * Microdeal/Michtron * Microillusions * MicroMagic, Inc. * Micron Technology, Inc. * Microtech Solutions, Inc. * Microsearch, Inc. * Microsmiths, Inc. * Mimetics Corporation * Mindscape Inc. * Mindware International * Mission Graphic Support * New Horizons * New Wave Software * NewTek * OTG Software * Oxxi, Inc. * PAR Software, Inc. * Progressive Peripherals & Software * Prolific, Inc. * R & DL Productions * ReadySoft Inc. * R.G.B. Computer & Vdeo Creations * Sedona Software * Soft-Logik Corporation * Software Plus * Software Terminal * Software Visions, Inc. * Sound Quest, Inc. * Southern Technologies * Spencer Organization, Inc. * Spirit Technology Corp. * Starvision International * SunRize Industries * Supra Corporation * Syndesis * The Disc Company * The Other Guys * TopDown Development, Inc. * Very Vivid, Ltd. * WordPerfect Corporation

Don't Get Left Out - Join AmiEXPO in New York
March 3 -5 at the Marriott Marquis
for three days of AMIGA Exhibitions, Seminars, and Keynotes!