If you are a student or professor you can get most major name-brand software for steep discounts. These are actual discounts from real companies that is fully legitimate.

www.JourneyEd.com is one company that handles discounted educational software. Occasionally there may be no manual but normally it is a full standard package, the only difference is the super low price. High school and college students, K-12 as well as post-secondary faculty and staff are eligible. You must show proof of eligibility. tel (800) 874-9001.

All Adobe, Macromedia products are considerably lower priced. This is fully legal software. You can register it directly with the company just as you would with the same software at full list price.

Journey Education Marketing is open 24 hours a day by telephone, 7 days a week. They also sell monitors at rather reasonable prices (I like the top of the line ViewSonic 21" monitor, for under $1000, is a deal too good to pass up.


Related links
Directory of links to other Maya vase rollouts
Gateway to Maya vase rollouts in Maya-archaeology
Gateway to Maya vase rollouts on another web site, www.digital-photography.org
Comprehensive index of all internal links to Maya art, archaeology as well as digital imaging
Even more links to Maya art and archaeology from another web site, www.maya-art-books.org
Desktop publishing (how best to print your reports, class notes, publish in your own office)


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