"Highway 61 Interactive"
Graphix Zone CD-ROM ($59.95) "Dylan goes Power Mac" doesn't have quite the same revolutionary ring as "Dylan goes electric"--yet there's as considerable an incongruity here, celebrating his personally and societally transforming art in what amounts to a glorified computer game. Happily, it proves both practical as a Dylan database and shamefully fun as a self-contained cyber-world.
Did someone say something about gathering no moss?
"Highway 61" is a hybrid beyond dual Windows/Mac compatibility. Dylanologists with strictly archival needs can proceed to--for starters--the lyrics for every song Dylan ever published and a fascinating log of every artist who ever covered 'em.
On the other hand, the Mystically oriented can leisurely visit "virtual" re-creations of Greenwich Village street and club scenes, or crash a studio and find rough mixes of "Like a Rolling Stone" and unreleased tracks.