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December 17, 1992

″It’s a catastroph (AP) _ Muhamed Zlatar, the deputy city manager in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, where people have been dying from the cold as fighting interrupts efforts to bring in food and fuel.


″I thought it was great. It was fun to be able to get involved in the story and see that you could change the ending.″ - Jeff Markowitz, 31, part of the audience that could choose plot lines - and the ending - of a 20-minute interactive film shown in New York Wednesday night.


″Sales are definitely booming.″ - Ronald T. Urqhart, a vice president of consumer credit at People’s Bank of Bridgeport, Conn., a thrift with a large credit card portfolio, as companies reported a steep increase in the amount of money Christmas shoppers are spending through the use of charge cards.

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