November 1998 Release 15.11
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Midnight Writer by Mike Lloret
This months column must begin with both thanks and apologies to David Parry,Wandering Ex-Prez...
This time I am writing while sitting in a bar in Toronto listening to an old friend of mine playing some good tunes while I enjoy a pint of Guinness. Actually, his partner teaches English at a language school and when the students come in it is almost like being back there with three young ladies from Japan and Korea at the table and a mixture of people from other countries all around. -by Pat Hughes
By Sigi Rindler, Mr. Akihabara
Well, when I woke up at 6 AM by a loud bang, I knew that the typhoon was in full swing.
OS Moving by Kurt Keller
Saying goodbye Some folks of you might remember, that on my main machine, a (by now oldish) 486 DX-33 notebook, I'm happily working with OS/2 v4.0. I was.Removable Storage
By Roland Hechtenberg
When I bought the Panasonic DVD-RAM drive LF-D100 together with the upgrade to Windows 98, I didn't know that there still was no driver for Windows 98 available, and accordingly I didn't install Windows 98 until a driver became available at the beginning of this month.
Ionic Column November 1998
by David Parry
The Ionic Column is now back to normal after taking over most of the September AJ and going to Cologne for the October issue. I can now return to the inner world of my PC and the machinations of Windows 95 and 98, which I am sure you would all rather read about instead of boring tales of air-brushed naked women. After all, I was under the impression that AJ readers prefer nerds to nudes.
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