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CHIP Connection Newsletter

This electronic/paper newsletter will appear fortnightly. It covers all
 major architectures, microprocessors memory and other components. Price
 sensitive information will be included too.

News will include announcements, trends, analysis and comment.

If you have information for the newsletter, please e-mail to

To subscribe, just e-mail to


Edited by John Lettice & Mike Magee

biogs: both Lettice & Magee are UK journalists. Lettice is Editor-in-Chief 
at Dennis Publications and writes a regular column for MicroScope and many 
other Dennis publications. Magee is a freelance and edited PC Business 
World, The Software Magazine, PC Independent News and Practical PC. He 
writes regularly for PC Dealer, Personal Computer World, Practical PC and 
Personal Computer Magazine.

From: (David Thomas)
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Subject: Re: The Register (Chip Connection)
Date: 10 Aug 1994 01:04:07 GMT
Organization: Texas Instruments, Houston
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The Register ( wrote:

> The first issue of The Register (Chip Connection) is now available. 
> Subscribe to

Could you clarify a little?  Is this an email newsletter?
Do I send 'subscribe' as the Subject: or the body of the message?
BTW, how is this funded?
David Thomas                                  (
Texas Instruments, Houston                          (713)-274-2347

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