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.
I've never been to San Francisco (as of whenever I first wrote this)...
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.
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.