Nice Places To Live

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Nice Places To Live was a travel zine covering stories by Thomas Wayman as he travelled across South East Asia.  It included guest articles and illustrations.  It was published monthly from January 1995 to August 1995.  A September 1995 issue was written but never distributed to subscribers.   
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'''Nice Places To Live''' or ''NPTL'' was a travel zine covering stories by Thomas Wayman as he travelled across South East Asia.  It included guest articles and illustrations.  It was published monthly from January 1995 to August 1995.  A September 1995 issue was written but never distributed to subscribers.   
Because some of the subscribers to Nice Places To Live worked at Laserfiche, a document management software company, a few articles such as "How To Open a Coconut" and "Riding a Jeepney" were used as sample images in Laserfiche software.
Because some of the subscribers to Nice Places To Live worked at Laserfiche, a document management software company, a few articles such as "How To Open a Coconut" and "Riding a Jeepney" were used as sample images in Laserfiche software.

Revision as of 00:12, 24 December 2009

Nice Places To Live or NPTL was a travel zine covering stories by Thomas Wayman as he travelled across South East Asia. It included guest articles and illustrations. It was published monthly from January 1995 to August 1995. A September 1995 issue was written but never distributed to subscribers.

Because some of the subscribers to Nice Places To Live worked at Laserfiche, a document management software company, a few articles such as "How To Open a Coconut" and "Riding a Jeepney" were used as sample images in Laserfiche software.

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