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New Free Software Site For Whiz Kids


An exciting opportunity for Australasian computer users, has just started in Auckland. is a site that has created an opportunity for Australasian computer whizz kids, university students with a computer bent, programmers, software developers and the casual curious surfer.

Yippee is a FREE site that provides two important services.

1. Over 4000 free downloadable programs are on the site for the up and coming (often broke) computer wizz/uni student to experiment with and to write programs and develop their software ideas. Ranging from MP3, Games, Utilities, to Developer programs

2. It is a free site available for that person to then get it reviewed. If acceptable it is then put on the site for the world wide exposure that is often needed to launch a bright shining star into the world of bits and bytes. That person can set a charge for the later registering of that programme if they wish.

Those ideas that people have, often lack the tools, the backing and the place to promote them. Yippee provides all these.
For the not so serious computer user, there’s also heaps of free programs - fun stuff, screensavers, games, business, utilities, education, MP3 and Internet stuff. New programs are added to the site every week
It’s simple, free and easily accessed - Yippee !!!

Check it out at

For further information contact
Don or Jeremy at
Yippee Ltd
Ferry Building
Phone +64 9 302 2552
Fax +64 9 302 7686

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