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May 9, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

As computers grow ever more powerful and applications ever easier to use, why is it that improvements in office productivity are so disappointing? A hint as to the answer comes from Bellevue, Washington-based Asymetrix Corp, which announces shipment of Asymetrix Jurassic Park – The Screen Saver on CD-ROM and boasts that it offers more than 60Mb of screen-saver shows, wallpaper scenes and sound effects for [devoting man-weeks to] configuring the user’s personal computer into an entire Jurassic Park system – all that? Just for a screen saver?

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