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1. An inscription giving facts relating to its publication, placed usually at the end of a book.
2. A publisher's emblem or trademark, placed usually on the title page of a book.
Timberwoof's Den is designed and produced digitally. My thanks for the following:
  • Power Macintosh G3/300 computer
    • Apple Studio Display
    • Kensington Orbit Trackball
    • macally iSweetNet mouse
    • Maxtor 6GB IDE hard drive
    • Quantum 30GB SCIS hard drive
    • ATI VR128 video adapter
  • Power Macintosh 7100/80AV computer
    • Quantum DSP3000 2GB hard drive
    • External Iomega Zip 100MB cartridge drive
    • Sony MultiscanHG 13" Trinitron monitor
    • Radius PrecisionColor Pivot 14" monitor
    • Zoom Robotics 56K Dualmode modem
  • Macintosh Centris 610 computer
    • Sonnet Quad Doubler 40MHz CPU accelerator
    • Maxtor 7245 240MB hard drive
    • Sony double-speed CD-ROM drive
    • Radius Two Page Display 20" monitor
    • SuperMac Video Spigot video digitizer
    • Sony Video8 AF camcorder
    • Hayes Accura 144+ FAX144 modem
  • Logitech ScanMan image digitizer
  • Agfa 1212U flatbed scanner
  • Olympus D-200L Digital Camera
  • Hewlett-Packard Deskwriter printer
  • Hewlett-Packard 32S RPN Scientific calculator
  • Apple Macintosh OS
  • Apple Teachtext
  • Netscape Navigator
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • NCSA Mosaic
  • Aldus SuperPaint
  • GifConverter
  • Macromedia Director
  • Macromedia SoundEdit
  • Macromedia Shockwave
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver
  • Macromedia Fireworks
  • Brian's Sound Tool
  • Fetch
    Web Services
  • Best.com
  • America Online
  • Yahoo!
  • Your Mac is not a Typewriter, Robin Williams
  • The Non-Designer's Design Handbook, Robin Williams
  • A Blip in the Continuum: a Celebration of Grunge typography, Robin Williams
  • Creating Killer Web Sites, David Siegel
  • Wired magazine

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