New ATPM Ready For Consumption

The latest issue of About This Particular Macintosh is available for your consumption. This monthis version features commentary about Napster, a look back at the incredibly stormy last 12 months, and includes the usual array of tips, reviews, and commentary. According to ATPM:

The staff of ATPM (About This Particular Macintosh) has released issue7.01 for January 2001. We are pleased to be entering our seventh yearof publishing, marking ATPM amongst the older e-zines on the Internet.We invite our readers to continue the journey with us as we enter thenew millennium.

This monthis columns and articles include:

  • This New Yearis R-word--Tom Iovino explores resolutions, rocky road ice cream, Apple stock, and the other economical R-word in this monthis Apple Cider.
  • In Defense of Napster--David Ozab answers responses to his December column in Beyond the Barline.
  • About This Particular Web Site--Paul Fatula explores evil overlords, space images, aluminum foil beanies, eSmurfs, and other online oddities.
  • Profiles in Networking--Matthew Glidden looks at the Power Macintosh 8500 as a Mac networking mainstay.
  • Segments: Got Blog?--Reader James McNally explores the online phenomenon of web logs, or blogs for short, in this slice of the Macintosh life.
  • Desktop pictures courtesy of Jens Grabenstein and Lee Bennett, featuring New York City and Washington, D.C., respectively.
  • Fun With Numbers--Ed Goss tests your wit about a number of things in this monthis Trivia Challenge.

This monthis reviews are:

  • Microsoft Office 2001
  • Backyard Soccer, MLS Edition
  • Kodak Photo CD, Picture CD, and Photo Net
  • Stuffit Deluxe 6.0
  • SockeToome 1.0
  • Norton SystemWorks 1.0
  • 3D Bridge Deluxe 1.0
  • Finale 2001

You can find all of these columns at the About This Particular Macintosh web site.