Disclaimer: The images on this page are from the "Electronics Boutique 1996 Spring CD". This was a promotional CD catalog given out at Electronics Boutique & Waldensoftware stores in early 1996. The images are only 256 color because that was the depth of the source files (keep in mind this was 1996).
Reference & Productivity (Page 3)
This page has items 46-65 from the catalog. Warning: this is by far the most boring page in this whole feature. I gave up writing descriptions for it because it's painfully dull.
I've been to Boston twice for business. I obviously didn't get to do much sightseeing but it seemed like an OK place to go on vacation. Although it did have more homeless people than I've ever seen in one city.
I've never been to San Francisco but if thought Boston had too many homeless wandering around...
When is it OK to start making jokes about New York again? 'cause I have some comments about New York being the center of the universe, just ask anyone who lives there.
I went to New Orleans for the turn of the millennium and even got engaged there. Definitely a fun city, I hope it returns to its old form.
OK, here's where things start to get boring.. National Museum of American Art: Smithsonian Institution for $39.99.
ResumeMaker Deluxe $29.99.
Family Origins 4.0, $29.99.
Family Tree Make Deluxe, $89.99.
Look up "whitey" in the dictionary and you should see the guy on the cover of The Perfect Resume.
Children's Bible Stories, I think I have the NES version by Wisdom Tree Software.
Charlton Heston's Voyage Through the Bible: New Testament, weird, I just watched Planet of the Apes last night (true story).
Managing Your Money for $19.99.
Mayo Clinic Family Health for $39.99.
Family Pharmacist with free Netscape Navigator.
Babylon 5 screen saver, $29.99.
Medical Center 6, the perfect gift for the hypochondriac in your family.
Wedding Workshop, $29.99.
Recipes for Windows, $24.99.
Golf Tips: Breaking 100, $44.99.
The War in Vietnam, $39.99.