The edict of WORM

Levy, Steven
April 1994
Macworld;Apr94, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p181
Reports on the establishment of Worlwide Owners of Ripoff Macs (WORM) initiated by disgruntled customer Eric Martin. Purchase of a Macintosh IIvx; Other ripoff Macs; Validity of gripes.


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