Can this be the magic at last?

Levy, Steven
August 1993
Macworld;Aug1993, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p51
Focuses on the General Magic Alliance, a spin off company of Apple. Dream to change the world by bringing powerful digital communication to the masses; Origin of the Alliance; Credentials of the staff; Telescript; Magic Cap; Product capabilities; Possible obstacles.


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