Nice Places To Live

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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.   
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'''Nice Places To Live''' or '''NPTL''' was a [[travel zine]] covering stories by Thomas Wayman as he travelled around the world.   
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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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This zine included guest articles and illustrations compiled by the editor and publisher Peter Wayman.  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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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," "Backpacking in New Zealand" and "Riding a Jeepney" were used as sample images in Laserfiche software.
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Nice Places To Live or NPTL was a travel zine covering stories by Thomas Wayman as he travelled around the world.

This zine included guest articles and illustrations compiled by the editor and publisher Peter Wayman. 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," "Backpacking in New Zealand" and "Riding a Jeepney" were used as sample images in Laserfiche software.

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