Read on for news of Apple's troubles and John Sculley's partial resignation, followed by Bill Dickson's look at Xtras for System 7, an interesting attempt at avoiding standard software distribution methods. Jeff Needleman illuminates a subject we've never understood up to now, sharing SCSI devices between Macs and PCs, and finally, a look at why those PowerBook 170 screens break when you swear you weren't playing Postal Worker Volleyball with it in the back room.
- Sculley Steps Down
- Xtras for System 7
- SCSI Double Agents
- PowerBook 170 Screams, er, Screens
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