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Name: chipper
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Date: Around 1995


Question:
Hello, my name is Chip. I am interested in getting involved in fractals. I was wondering if anyone had a fractal generator for a Mac? I have some materials on fractals, but keeping up with school has kept me away from them. Any help will be greatly appreciated.


Replies:
Yes, there are fractal generators for the Mac (quite a few). Some are freeware. Do you know anyone who has access to the internet? Many of these programs can be found there.

chaffer



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