March Comes In Like A Lion, Brings New ATPM With It

The first week of March has brought much of the United States some of the worst weather of the entire Winter. Thatis the bad news. The good news is the beginning of March has also given us a new issue of About This Particular Macintosh. This monthis ATPM contains the usual array of stories and product reviews. According to ATPM:

The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) wishes to announce the release of issue 7.03 for March 2001.

This monthis columns and articles include:

  • Growini Up -- Tom Iovino explores, well, growing up, as well as baby-sitters, the 1970s, Appleis marketing strategy, oh, and the new iMac colors in this monthis Apple Cider.
  • Where Can I Find a Lava Lamp... -- In this monthis Beyond the Barline, David Ozab also examines the new iMac colors, since apparently the retro designs were inspired by musicians. At least, according to Apple...
  • About This Particular Web Site -- Paul Fatula offers up free online books, Mac oddities, the classic game of twenty questions, advanced book exchanges, and the Journal of Mundane Behavior. No, we are not making this up.
  • Desktop pictures of the island nation of St. Lucia courtesy of Daniel Chvatik, who continues to incur the jealousy of the rest of the staff.

This monthis reviews are:

  • Fin Ring
  • Inspiration 6.0b
  • Mail Beacon 1.3.1
  • TurboTax Deluxe
  • VOODOO Personal 2.0

You can find all of the great About This Particular Macintosh content at their Web site.