Special Issue Offer - Computing Systems

Ellie Young ellie at usenix.ORG
Wed Mar 27 07:38:55 AEST 1991

Computing Systems Special Issue

If you are a new member, perhaps you have not yet heard the com-
pact disc that accompanies issue 3:2 (1990) of Computing Systems?
It includes classical repertory and original  works.   The  music
was  created  by  Michael  Hawley at the MIT Media Laboratory and
Peter Langston while he was at Bellcore.  Pieces  include  "Empty
Bed Blues" by Robert Johnson, "Some Velvet Morning" by Lee Hazel-
wood, Liszt's "Totentanz" played by Jorge Bolet  and  the  London
Symphony Orchestra, and "Pecusa Waltz" by Peter Langston.

Single copies, including the CD, are available  for  $11.00.   To
place  an  order  send a prepayment (check or money order) to the

          USENIX Association
          2560 Ninth Street, Suite 215
          Berkeley, CA 94710

or call 415/528-8649 and charge your order to your VISA or Master

If you are outside the U.S.A. please make your  payment  in  U.S.
currency by one of the following:

* VISA, MasterCard or the foreign equivalent
* International money order
* Check issued by a local branch of a U.S. bank


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