It's Cocktail Time on CD-Rom
Bowen, David, The Independent (London, England)
One of the more unusual hangouts for multimedia is the duty-free shop. But if you pick up a bottle of Cointreau, the French liqueur, you may well find a CD-Rom hanging round its neck. Play the disc, and you will be entertained by an intriguing mix of sophisticated effects.
The most striking difference between this CD-Rom and an ordinary one is that it is smaller - 8cm, or the same width as the bottle. But it still manages to pack in three different formats: an audio disc, with Latin jazz tunes, as well as a PC and a Mac CD-Rom. If you have a PC, you need at least a 486DX33 and 8MB of RAM.
Load the CD-Rom, and you first choose from four languages. Then you get down …
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Publication information: Article title: It's Cocktail Time on CD-Rom. Contributors: Bowen, David - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: June 17, 1996. Page number: 19. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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