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Guaranteed! There is nothing run of the mill in these
Applied Foresight Inc. is devoted to maximum intellectual
challenge in the magazines it distributes and to maximum mental
recreational challenge at strategy board games -- two very
different, very exciting avenues!
Celebrities such as the following assist in making the magazine
published by Applied Foresight a maximum intellectual challenge:
Doug Bandow, Ben Bova, Warren Brookes, Stuart Butler, George
Gilder, Nobel Laureaute Milton Friedman, David Kelley, Leonard
Peikoff, Jerry Pournelle, Sheldon Richman, Murray Rothbard, Steven
Schlossstein, Joseph Sobran, Joseph Stumph, Masanobu Taniguchi,
William Tucker, Sam Wells, Republican Liberty Caucus, Japan
Economic Institute, League for Programming Freedom, 3 Prometheus
winning SF authors & many others.
Maximum Intellectual Challenge!
ShareDebate International and Imprimis Online -- two electronic
magazines -- are electronically published and distributed by
Applied Foresight, Inc. These are two outstanding magazines
devoted to promoting the traditional American wisdom and
principles of limited government and liberty amidst present and
future conditions. (This outlook is now considered a political
outlook midway between conservativism and moderate
libertarianism.) The magazines are both distributed by SDN on
Fidonet worldwide reachable through over 22,000 BBS systems and
now on the Internet through this Web page. (Only about half of all
back issues of ShareDebate International are available to FTP
acquire--others must be mail ordered. All of 1992 through mid-1995
issues of Imprimis Online are available here now to FTP acquire. A
web pointer is provided for mid-1995 onward issues of Imprimis
ShareDebate International is a copyrighted
freeware diskette magazine of nonfiction and fiction, original
and reprints, edited by Roleigh Martin. The BBS online
version of Imprimis Online is edited by Hillsdale College,
Michigan -- a monthly free newsletter whose paper edition
published by Hillsdale College has over a 600,000 circulation.
Maximum Mental Recreational Challenge!
Chinese and Korean Chess are the best mental games
there are! I got bored 20 years ago with Western Chess
-- Chinese and Korean Chess with their Cannons & rules
limiting the King to a 3x3 grid (the fortress) on a
larger board (90 locations) make them quicker, more
unpredictable, more challenging, and more fun. Chinese
and Korean Chess is conventionally a two-player game
but there are multi-player variants that are even
The Web Information about Chinese and Korean Chess is under
continuous construction here. Revisit these pages often to see the
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My home page on Chinese and Korean Chess! A very quick,
introduction and historical overview of the two games and a great list
of books and internet resources to use!
- To see a Chinese Chess set, it's normal pieces,
and pictures of the most expensive 3-D Chinese Chess set you'll ever
see! Plus information on dedicated Chinese Chess computers.
For the Internet's best Web Page on Korean Chess, select this web page!
To contact Applied Foresight, Inc., write the editor
(and President), Roleigh Martin, at 5511 Malibu Drive,
Edina MN 55420 USA, or email him at Compuserve ID:
71510,1042 --- Internet:
Last updated November 25, 1995