May 1992

'Ship it,' developers say

by Laurie Flynn

Following on the heels of NeXTWORLD Expo, NeXT third-party developers have delivered on their promises of a barrage of new software.

DataPhile, from
Stone Design of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is available now for $695. Lighthouse Design, of Chevy Chase, Maryland, shipped Concurrence, its much-anticipated outline and presentation tool, for $695.

Digital Instruments Technologies, of Los Alamos, New Mexico, released OnDuty, its $395 contact organizer.

MIDIapolis Systems, of Minneapolis, released SoundBursts, a digital sound collections of clip sound, including Sound Effects and Percussion. Each collection includes 125 effects, and costs $99.

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