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Mac About TownArticle Title: What a Ride! And It Ain’t Over Yet!Author: Mike ChamberlainFrom Palm devices and AOL installation discs to iPhones and iPads, Mike Chamberlain reflects on the changes in his digital life since the time ATPM began publishing.
MacMuserArticle Title: What Trick, What Device, What Starting-Hole…Author: Mark TennentMark Tennent remains ever on the lookout for the next big thing to come along.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: About My Particular MacintoshesAuthor: David OzabDavid Ozab writes about the particular Macintoshes he owned during his time with About This Particular Macintosh.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: From the Darkest HourAuthor: Tom BridgeTom Bridge reminisces 15 years of Macintosh computing from his IT guy perspective.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Growing Up With AppleAuthor: Frank H. WuFrank H. Wu describes the Apple computers he has experienced in the context of growing up in the late 1970s.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Recollections of ATPM by the Plucky Comic ReliefAuthor: Edward GossAlthough his path will likely lead him to a Windows PC as his primary computing platform, Edward Goss has fond memories of Macintosh days of old.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Shrinking Into an Expanding WorldAuthor: Miraz JordanMiraz Jordan ponders the exciting world in which we live—a world where small is huge, carbon is king, graphene is queen, and atoms, anti-atoms, and photons are...
Desktop PicturesArticle Title: Parting ShotsMike Chamberlain contributes our final collection of desktop photos taken in Vietnam, Florida, Colorado, and Missouri. You can revisit our entire collection of archived desktop pictures.
Qaptain QwertyArticle Title: TouchéAuthor: Linus LyGotta run!
The Spinning BeachballAuthor: Grant OsborneGrant Osborne implies that rumors of liquid metal seem rather reminiscent. He also observes how issues of ATPM as well as a familiar multi-purpose device are all compatible with both a 90s-era Power Macintosh and a third generation...
Accessory ReviewArticle Title: Camera I-OAuthor: Christopher TurnerChris Turner’s testing of a top-secret piece of gear can now be revealed as Tom Bihn releases the Camera I-O case to the world.
Book ReviewArticle Title: Privacy and Big Data: The Players, Regulators, and StakeholdersAuthor: Sylvester RoqueOur final book review looks at just what is meant by privacy and who is looking out for our rights.
Software ReviewArticle Title: Draw Something 1.5.14Author: Linus LyAddictive social drawing game that makes you look forward to correct guesses.
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Hardware ReviewArticle Title: TouchStream LPAuthor: Paul FatulaPaul Fatula writes about his favorite keyboard, an early exemplar of multi-touch technology.
On a Clear Day, You Can See the Hollywood SignArticle Title: First and LastAuthor: Mike ShieldsMike Shields recaps his history with ATPM and lets you know where he can be read in the future. Because he can predict it.
Apple Cider: Random Squeezings From a Mac UserArticle Title: Look How Far We’ve ComeAuthor: Tom IovinoTom Iovino shares his view of Macintosh computing, beginning with the summer of 1997 when the Apple faithful prayed their beloved computing platform would not be...
The Personal Computing ParadigmArticle Title: How Cool Is Your Mac?Author: Michael TsaiMichael Tsai finds out whether a 17-year-old test can still quantify how cool your Mac is.
Publisher’s LetterAuthor: Michael TsaiATPM Publisher Michael Tsai writes about the difficult-but-inevitable decision to bring this chapter of the publication to a close.
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