She's very small but she's got BIG IDEAS!
Well, if you haven't seen SARA, maybe you've seen some of these popular DOS & Windows (shudder) CDs:
=============== The Wayzata World Fact Book 1992?
=============== Software Toolworks Reference Library v2.0.0?
=============== Audubon's Mammals?
=============== Audubon's Birds?
=============== The Powerhouse Art History Encyclopedia?
=============== Sherlock Holmes on Disc?
=============== Shakespeare on Disc?
=============== CD-ROM Deluxe Toolworks Reference Library?
=============== 1992 Time Man of the Year?
=============== 1993 Total Baseball?
=============== 1994 Total Baseball?
=============== The Family Doctor?
=============== Grolier's Multimedia Encyclopedia v6?
=============== Martin & Porter's Video Movie Guide?
DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN USE THESE BABIES ON YOUR ATARI COMPUTER
(with a CD-ROM drive of course)? No?
WELL YOU CAN . . . WITH SARA!!!!
and nothing on the Atari platform can touch it for ease of access to information-based CDs
A - Finally a Reference Library on your Desktop!
B - Finally a World Almanac on your Desktop!
C - Finally the Classics on your Desktop!
D - Finally an Encyclopedia on your Desktop!
Pictures, Text, Printing, Research, Literature, Art, History, Geography, School (sigh), World
Events, Dictionary, Thesaurus, Quotations, Reference, Sports, Science, Entertainment .... and more!
SEARCH AND RETRIEVAL ATARI
CD-ROM ACCESS FOR ATARI USERS NOW!
If you've got ExtenDOS
If you've got a CD-ROM drive
If you've got an Atari computer
If you've got a hard drive
then SARA is for you!
SARA programs replace the Search and Retrieval engines found on a whole host of DOS/Windows CDs. Right now, Atari users can look at the files on a rather large pile of Clipart, Image, Photo CD, Music and
Font CDs right from the GEM desktop . . . but when it comes to looking at information on Multimedia CDs (Encyclopedias, Factbooks, Movie Guides, Cookbooks, and many, many others), we're all stuck. The main reasons of course, are that the file structures cannot be read by TOS, or the information is coded into huge data index files!
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> SARA solves the problem! <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Different SARA programs access the following CDs:
-O- The Software Toolworks Reference Library 1992 Edition
-O- The Wayzata World Factbook 1992 Edition
-O- 1992 Time Man of the Year
-O- The Powerhouse Art History Encyclopedia
-O- Parenting - Pre-natal to Pre-school
-O- Sherlock Holmes on Disc
-O- Shakespeare on Disc
-O- Audubon's Mammals
-O- Audubon's Birds
-O- 1994 Total Baseball
-O- 1993 Total Baseball
-O- The Family Doctor
-O- Grolier's Version 6 Multimedia Encyclopedia
-O- Martin & Porter's Video Movie Guide
SARA gives Atari users access to CD-ROM information that was previously reserved for PC and MAC users - WE'VE always had to look towards printed media for the same information . . . but no more! SARA lets us read, search, and otherwise access a whole new world of information. And if you own a TT or a Falcon or even an STe, accessing CDs like SARA Grolier's will give you a genuine Multimedia experience - with Sounds, Music, Graphics, Maps, Pictures, Portraits!! The SARA 12-Pack along with the Software Toolworks Reference Library, Wayzata & 1994 Total Baseball CDs, are an education and entertainment
combination that is hard to beat on *ANY* platform!!
SARA for Video Movie Guide will entertain and delight you for hours on end too . . . and still remain an indispensible guide to movies on video and TV!
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For best results, SARA requires a TT or Falcon with 4 megabytes of RAM and a hard drive, running in 640x480x16 color resolution. Other combinations, including some graphics cards, also work well. STe or better is required for sound. TOS revisions below 2.06, resolutions below ST High (640x400x2) and multi-tasking are not specifically supported.
SARA is a Trademark of Proton Research. SARA =Copyright 1995 Peter Zalesak, Howard E. Carson and Proton Research
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