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Cybermail, 4. by Cybermail

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MS-DOS (Microsoft DOS) was the primary operating system used by PCs during the 1980s to the early 1990s and is the precursor to Microsoft Windows.


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││                      BRiSBaNeS NuMeRo uNo eMaG                            ││
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│ Q) What exactly is "CyberMail" ?                                            │
│ A) CyberMail is an electronic  magazine designed to inform the Brisbane     │
│    Computer Underground members.                                            │
│                                                                             │
│ Q) So it is  like Inside  Out magazine  run by Invisible  Stalker a few     │
│    years back?                                                              │
│ A) Well kind of, with more features.                                        │
│                                                                             │
│ Q) Features? Like what? Why should I download it?                           │
│ A) First off, like Inside Out we have original articles based on HPAVC,     │
│    competitions and giveaways, game reviews, local  scene news and much     │
│    better code including hi-res 640x480x256 graphics, superior sound to     │
│    other  local magazines,  options to toggle fading on/off and a range     │
│    of fonts available for your selection.  We also support advertising.     │
│                                                                             │
│ Q) HPAVC? Whats that, and how do I know you arn't newbies and actually      │
│    know how to run a magazine?!                                             │
│ A) HPAVC stands for Hack/Phreak/Anarchy/Virii/Card. CyberMail has been      │
│    around for 2 years now, many of its members have been involved with      │
│    other successful magazines such as Affinity.  Fifty  percent of the      │
│    members  of  CyberMail  have been around for  atleast three to four      │
│    years, and the leader is a senior of Affinity.                           │
│                                                                             │
│ Q) Fair enough, where can I get a copy of this magazine?                    │
│ A) If you have  internet access,  you can fire  up your irc client and      │
│    make your way to #CM on  the US split of efnet. CyberMail  can also      │
│    be found on most popular warez boards, such as Marauder on 33961216      │
│    and 33961504.                                                            │
│                                                                             │
│ Q) Great, I've seen the  magazine and I like it, how can I support you      │
│    guys?                                                                    │
│ A) If you fancy  yourself a writer then you could  submit articles. We      │
│    do not  discriminate against anyone, if your article is interesting      │
│    it will be published. We are always on the lookout for quality           │
│    artists, both ansi and vga.                                              │
│                                                                             │
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