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November 15, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Seeking that really personal Christmas present? Menlo Park, California-based Austin-James Inc has released software for personal computer users who want to design their own logos. Gift Maker enables consumers to produce designs on their personal computers that can then be submitted to Maxis’ manufacturing partner, Artistic Greetings, of Elmira, New York, for placing on a range of items from polo shirts to visors to clocks. Orders can be sent by one of three selections: modem direct to the factory; via theta Compuserve on-line service; or by sending the design on floppy disk in a pre-paid envelope. Gift Maker requires a 80386 or more powerful machine, Windows 3.1 and more than 4Mb RAM, VGA monitor and costs $45.

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