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SIGCAT

(Special Interest Group on CD Applications and Technology, Reston, VA) The world's largest CD-ROM users group, founded by Jerry McFaul in 1986. Providing publications, meetings and conferences for its members, SIGCAT was later absorbed into the DVD Association. For more information, visit www.dvda.org.
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For further information, contact SIGCAT Foundation at 703/435-5200, Fax: 703/435-5553, or visit the Web site at http://www.
We worked hard to launch the debut of Romware at the November 1988 SIGCAT meeting, at which I demonstrated Romware using a database from the USGS.
The SIGCAT meeting finale was a demonstration by Philips Consumer Electronics of their CD-1 Full Motion Video adapter with a CD-I exercise workout program by Kathy Smith.
This is not a large system with extensive message bases or file areas, but its clearly defined focus and support for SIGCAT differentiates it from other boards.
The CD-ROM government users group, called SIGCAT (Special Interest Group on CD-ROM Applications and Technology), has been in existance since E.
The following is a sampling of CD-ROM databases produced by government agencies, provided by SIGCAT (Special Interest Group of CD-ROM Applications & Technology).