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About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Heather Sitarzewski
Welcome (and Goodbye)Author: Robert Paul LeitaoWarm up to this final issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao.
E-MailWe’d love to hear your thoughts and memories about our publication and its 17-year history. We welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Send your e-mail to email@example.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.This month: Easter Island Desktop...
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.
BloggableArticle Title: One Last Time, With FeelingAuthor: Wes MeltzerIn one last Bloggable, Wes Meltzer offers a rumination about what a long, strange trip it’s been. He takes a detailed look at the case of Mike Daisey and agony, ecstasy and untruth, a cruise around the...
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...
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.
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.
Next ActionsArticle Title: The Last ActionAuthor: Ed Eubanks Jr.Ed Eubanks offers concluding thoughts about the practices of GTD on the Mac and iOS, as well as one last look at the “landscape” of GTD applications.
PEBKACArticle Title: Finales, Friendships, and the FutureAuthor: Christopher TurnerChristopher Turner looks at what is, for him, the really important take-away from his time on staff at About This Particular Macintosh.
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.
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.
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: 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: 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...
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