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May 4, 1987

TURNER HALL PUBLISHING, PERSONICS, SOFTLOGIC SOLUTIONS AND BLOSSON SOFTWARE ALL HAVE NEW PRODUCTS

By CBR Staff Writer

Proving the truth of the old adage that big fleas have little fleas on their backs to bite ’em, several companies sought to ride on the back of Lotus Development Corp’s announcements last week, including Turner Hall Publishing of Cupertino, with Note-It Plus, a $79 pop-up documentation program designed to work with 1-2-3; Personics, Concord, Massachusetts with Base – that’s at base – a relational database for 1-2-3 to sell for $99 from July; SoftLogic Solutions, Manchester, New Hampshire with Magic Mirror, an $89 program that promises to transform data from one application’s format to another automatically; and Blossom Software of Cambridge $99 package that includes macros and mail-merge capabilities.

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