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Preview: ATPM - About This Particular Macintosh

ATPM - About This Particular Macintosh



A Mac e-zine about the personal computing experience.



Published: Tue, 15 May 2012 11:01:22 -0000

Last Build Date: Tue, 15 May 2012 11:01:22 -0000

Copyright: Copyright 2012, ATPM.
 



ATPM 18.05 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Heather Sitarzewski

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ATPM 18.05 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 18.05 - Welcome (and Goodbye)
Welcome (and Goodbye)
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Warm up to this final issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao.



ATPM 18.05 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’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 editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: Easter Island Desktop Pictures, OtterBox Commuter and Reflex, Making the Leap [to iPad], and a final appearance of a popular Classic OS application.



ATPM 18.05 - Publisher's Letter
Publisher’s Letter
Author: Michael Tsai

ATPM Publisher Michael Tsai writes about the difficult-but-inevitable decision to bring this chapter of the publication to a close.



ATPM 18.05 - Apple Cider: Look How Far We've Come
Apple Cider: Random Squeezings From a Mac User
Article Title: Look How Far We’ve Come
Author: Tom Iovino

Tom 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 steamrolled by the Microsoft behemoth.



ATPM 18.05 - Bloggable: One Last Time, With Feeling
Bloggable
Article Title: One Last Time, With Feeling
Author: Wes Meltzer

In 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 tablet and mobile spaces, and the time he offered to eat his hat if Apple ever produced an iPhone.



ATPM 18.05 - Hollywood: First and Last
On a Clear Day, You Can See the Hollywood Sign
Article Title: First and Last
Author: Mike Shields

Mike Shields recaps his history with ATPM and lets you know where he can be read in the future. Because he can predict it.



ATPM 18.05 - Mac About Town: What a Ride! And It Ain't Over Yet!
Mac About Town
Article Title: What a Ride! And It Ain’t Over Yet!
Author: Mike Chamberlain

From 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.



ATPM 18.05 - MacMuser: What Trick, What Device, What Starting-Hole...
MacMuser
Article Title: What Trick, What Device, What Starting-Hole…
Author: Mark Tennent

Mark Tennent remains ever on the lookout for the next big thing to come along.



ATPM 18.05 - Next Actions: The Last Action
Next Actions
Article Title: The Last Action
Author: 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.



ATPM 18.05 - PEBKAC: Finales, Friendships, and the Future
PEBKAC
Article Title: Finales, Friendships, and the Future
Author: Christopher Turner

Christopher Turner looks at what is, for him, the really important take-away from his time on staff at About This Particular Macintosh.



ATPM 18.05 - Paradigm: How Cool Is Your Mac?
The Personal Computing Paradigm
Article Title: How Cool Is Your Mac?
Author: Michael Tsai

Michael Tsai finds out whether a 17-year-old test can still quantify how cool your Mac is.



ATPM 18.05 - Segments: About My Particular Macintoshes
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: About My Particular Macintoshes
Author: David Ozab

David Ozab writes about the particular Macintoshes he owned during his time with About This Particular Macintosh.



ATPM 18.05 - Segments: From the Darkest Hour
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: From the Darkest Hour
Author: Tom Bridge

Tom Bridge reminisces 15 years of Macintosh computing from his IT guy perspective.



ATPM 18.05 - Segments: Growing Up With Apple
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Growing Up With Apple
Author: Frank H. Wu

Frank H. Wu describes the Apple computers he has experienced in the context of growing up in the late 1970s.



ATPM 18.05 - Segments: Recollections of ATPM by the Plucky Comic Relief
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Recollections of ATPM by the Plucky Comic Relief
Author: Edward Goss

Although 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.



ATPM 18.05 - Segments: Shrinking Into an Expanding World
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Shrinking Into an Expanding World
Author: Miraz Jordan

Miraz 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 commonplace.



ATPM 18.05 - Desktop Pictures: Parting Shots
Desktop Pictures
Article Title: Parting Shots

Mike 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.



ATPM 18.05 - Qaptain Qwerty
Qaptain Qwerty
Article Title: Touché
Author: Linus Ly

Gotta run!



ATPM 18.05 - The Spinning Beachball
The Spinning Beachball
Author: Grant Osborne

Grant 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 iPad.



ATPM 18.05 - Review: Camera I-O
Accessory Review
Article Title: Camera I-O
Author: Christopher Turner

Chris 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.



ATPM 18.05 - Review: Draw Something 1.5.14
Software Review
Article Title: Draw Something 1.5.14
Author: Linus Ly

Addictive social drawing game that makes you look forward to correct guesses.



ATPM 18.05 - Review: Privacy and Big Data: The Players, Regulators, and Stakeholders
Book Review
Article Title: Privacy and Big Data: The Players, Regulators, and Stakeholders
Author: Sylvester Roque

Our final book review looks at just what is meant by privacy and who is looking out for our rights.



ATPM 18.05 - Review: TouchStream LP
Hardware Review
Article Title: TouchStream LP
Author: Paul Fatula

Paul Fatula writes about his favorite keyboard, an early exemplar of multi-touch technology.



ATPM 18.05 - Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve read your mind (we think)! Whether it’s a question on how to subscribe to ATPM or how you can contribute to a future issue (yes, you can write for ATPM), we’ve got you covered on our FAQ page. And in case we’re not as clairvoyant as we thought, simply e-mail us and we’ll get an answer to you right away.



ATPM 18.04 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Matt McCray

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ATPM 18.04 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 18.04 - Welcome
Welcome
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Warm up to each issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao and a spin of Apple finances and revenue, as well as what’s been going on that could affect your personal computing experience. This month: the New iPad and the Apple Dividend.



ATPM 18.04 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’d love to hear your thoughts about our publication. We always welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Or, if you have an opinion or announcement about the Macintosh platform in general, that’s OK too. Send your e-mail to editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: Agloves, FileMaker text parsing, and OS X font rendering.



ATPM 18.04 - The Apple Growth Story: The Source of Apple's Success
The Apple Growth Story
Article Title: Part I: The Source of Apple’s Success
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Robert Paul Leitao begins a series about Apple, Inc.’s financial performance and success.



ATPM 18.04 - MacMuser: Do Androids Dream?
MacMuser
Article Title: Do Androids Dream?
Author: Mark Tennent

Mark Tennent supposes Androids suffer iPad envy.



ATPM 18.04 - PEBKAC: Protecting the Memory Hub
PEBKAC
Article Title: Protecting the Memory Hub
Author: Christopher Turner

While Apple’s changing the digital hub for our lives from the Mac to iCloud, there are still precious memories worth protecting on our favorite fruit computers. Do you have a backup plan?



ATPM 18.04 - Desktop Pictures: Tsavo National Park, Kenya
Desktop Pictures
Article Title: Tsavo National Park, Kenya

During his trip to Africa last year, Christopher Turner paid a visit to the elephant orphanage at Tsavo National Park in Kenya.



ATPM 18.04 - Review: OtterBox Commuter and Reflex
Accessory Review
Article Title: OtterBox Commuter and Reflex
Author: Chris Lawson

An update of an old classic iPhone case and a new “tough” entry.



ATPM 18.04 - Review: Remotix 2.6
Software Review
Article Title: Remotix 2.6
Author: Sylvester Roque

Powerful VNC remote access from an iOS device to host computers.



ATPM 18.04 - Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve read your mind (we think)! Whether it’s a question on how to subscribe or unsubscribe from ATPM or how you can contribute to a future issue (yes, you can write for ATPM), we’ve got you covered on our FAQ page. And in case we’re not as clairvoyant as we thought, simply e-mail us and we’ll get an answer to you right away.



ATPM 18.03 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Mirko von Berner

(image)



ATPM 18.03 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 18.03 - Welcome
Welcome
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Warm up to each issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao and a spin of Apple finances and revenue, as well as what’s been going on that could affect your personal computing experience. This month: 25 billion app downloads, no Apple dividend, and China Telecom.



ATPM 18.03 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’d love to hear your thoughts about our publication. We always welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Or, if you have an opinion or announcement about the Macintosh platform in general, that’s OK too. Send your e-mail to editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: an iMac upgrade tale and reader responses to MacJournal 6.0, Expert Mouse, and FileMaker.



ATPM 18.03 - MacMuser: Our Macs Are Under Attack
MacMuser
Article Title: Our Macs Are Under Attack
Author: Mark Tennent

Mark Tennent discusses the inevitable arrival of Mac malware as the platform becomes increasingly popular.



ATPM 18.03 - PEBKAC: More Than Just the Mac
PEBKAC
Article Title: More Than Just the Mac
Author: Christopher Turner

How does owning an iPhone or iPad change the way you use your Mac?



ATPM 18.03 - Segments: Making the Leap
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Making the Leap
Author: Dave Trautman

In this installment of his Apple-computing experiences, Dave Trautman tells of his mother’s iPad adoption.



ATPM 18.03 - How To: Give Alert Sounds a Little Personality
How To
Article Title: Give Alert Sounds a Little Personality
Author: Sylvester Roque

Following up on last month’s tutorial on iPhone ringtones, Sylvester Roque is back to explain how to set up custom Mac alert sounds.



ATPM 18.03 - Desktop Pictures: Rwanda
Desktop Pictures
Article Title: Rwanda

Christopher Turner shares some photos from his trip to Rwanda to adopt his family’s third child, in November 2011.



ATPM 18.03 - The Spinning Beachball
The Spinning Beachball
Author: Grant Osborne

This month’s comic has iPad users pegged.



ATPM 18.03 - Review: Agloves Touchscreen Gloves
Accessory Review
Article Title: Agloves Touchscreen Gloves
Author: Christopher Turner

Want to use your iPhone or iPad but don’t want to take your hands out of the toasty, warm gloves you’re wearing? Agloves may have a solution for you.



ATPM 18.03 - Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve read your mind (we think)! Whether it’s a question on how to subscribe or unsubscribe from ATPM or how you can contribute to a future issue (yes, you can write for ATPM), we’ve got you covered on our FAQ page. And in case we’re not as clairvoyant as we thought, simply e-mail us and we’ll get an answer to you right away.



ATPM 18.02 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Grant Osborne

(image)



ATPM 18.02 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 18.02 - Welcome
Welcome
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Warm up to each issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao and a spin of Apple finances and revenue, as well as what’s been going on that could affect your personal computing experience. This month: Apple’s outstanding earnings.



ATPM 18.02 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’d love to hear your thoughts about our publication. We always welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Or, if you have an opinion or announcement about the Macintosh platform in general, that’s OK too. Send your e-mail to editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: AAPL dividend discussion, feedback on several of last month’s articles, and a fond memory of Adobe Persuasion.



ATPM 18.02 - MacMuser: The Best and Worst Christmas Presents
MacMuser
Article Title: The Best and Worst Christmas Presents
Author: Mark Tennent

This month, Mark Tennent muses the Galaxy Tab, hard drive warranties, and Baconnaise.



ATPM 18.02 - PEBKAC: The Normals' View of Apple and the iPhone
PEBKAC
Article Title: The Normals’ View of Apple and the iPhone
Author: Christopher Turner

Tech-heads should realize that their view of Apple and the iPhone is very different from that of normal folks.



ATPM 18.02 - Segments: An Achievable Dream
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: An Achievable Dream
Author: Dave Trautman

Dave Trautman is back with more tales of his Macintosh computing experience.



ATPM 18.02 - Segments: Digital > Analog > Digital
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Digital > Analog > Digital
Author: Lee Bennett

A plea to keep QR codes on paper where they belong.



ATPM 18.02 - Segments: Smart Move?
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Smart Move?
Author: Linus Ly

I want iPhone.



ATPM 18.02 - How To: Create Your Own iPhone Ringtones
How To
Article Title: Create Your Own iPhone Ringtones
Author: Sylvester Roque

Custom iPhone ringtones do not require paying Apple a dollar each, or buying specialized software to do the job. You probably already have all the software necessary to make them yourself.



ATPM 18.02 - Desktop Pictures: From ATPM Readers
Desktop Pictures
Article Title: From ATPM Readers

Four ATPM. readers provided this month’s photos.



ATPM 18.02 - The Spinning Beachball
The Spinning Beachball
Author: Grant Osborne

In a paperless society, dogs still eat homework.



ATPM 18.02 - Review: The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption
Book Review
Article Title: The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption
Author: Ellyn Ritterskamp

Just as there is junk food, there is junk information. Learn how to resist it.



ATPM 18.02 - Review: MacJournal 6.0
Software Review
Article Title: MacJournal 6.0
Author: David Ozab

David Ozab has high marks for this powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use journaling environment.



ATPM 18.02 - Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve read your mind (we think)! Whether it’s a question on how to subscribe or unsubscribe from ATPM or how you can contribute to a future issue (yes, you can write for ATPM), we’ve got you covered on our FAQ page. And in case we’re not as clairvoyant as we thought, simply e-mail us and we’ll get an answer to you right away.



ATPM 18.01 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Matt McCray

(image)



ATPM 18.01 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 18.01 - Welcome
Welcome
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free. On our Support ATPM page, you’ll find links through which you can purchase ATPM merchandise, buy other merchandise from online retailers, make a direct contribution, or advertise with ATPM.



ATPM 18.01 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’d love to hear your thoughts about our publication. We always welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Or, if you have an opinion or announcement about the Macintosh platform in general, that’s OK too. Send your e-mail to editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: Kudos to the Out at Five cartoon and information about how to request use of desktop photos for other purposes.



ATPM 18.01 - MacMuser: The Best Use for a Kindle
MacMuser
Article Title: The Best Use for a Kindle
Author: Mark Tennent

Pondering the steady pace of progress—from beer, to bread, to publishing—leads Mark Tennent to find the ideal use for a Kindle.



ATPM 18.01 - MacMuser: It's Got No Blinking Light
MacMuser
Article Title: It’s Got No Blinking Light
Author: Mark Tennent

Sometimes, something has to go missing before you realize it was ever there.



ATPM 18.01 - The iPad Chronicles: Apple's Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
The iPad Chronicles
Article Title: Apple’s Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

In this month’s excerpt from The iPad Chronicles, Robert Paul Leitao writes about Apple’s Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.



ATPM 18.01 - PEBKAC: On Being Locked In, and Getting What I Want Out
PEBKAC
Article Title: On Being Locked In, and Getting What I Want Out
Author: Christopher Turner

When it comes to e-reading, it’s often not as simple to get out what you want as it is to get it in.



ATPM 18.01 - Segments: How Did This Happen?
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: How Did This Happen?
Author: Dave Trautman

Dave Trautman recalls his FrankenMac in this sequel to last month’s Getting to Know My First Macintosh.



ATPM 18.01 - Desktop Pictures: Easter Island
Desktop Pictures
Article Title: Easter Island
Author: James Craig

James Craig shares new images from Easter Island.



ATPM 18.01 - Out at Five
Out at Five
Author: Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson’s series, Out at Five, has looked at the workplace and its boundaries from all angles, revolving around many of the same characters from his former series, Cortland. Matt is taking a hiatus after this month’s strip. He is unsure if Out at Five will return, but will stay in touch with ATPM to share whatever comes next.



ATPM 18.01 - The Spinning Beachball
The Spinning Beachball
Author: Grant Osborne

Apple has provided a means to quantify music obscurity.



ATPM 18.01 - Review: The Future of Looking Back
Book Review
Article Title: The Future of Looking Back
Author: David Ozab

David Ozab reviews a book that discusses the difference between real and virtual artifacts and asks insightful questions, such as how to reminisce about our lives when we no longer have physical objects to hold on to.



ATPM 18.01 - Review: ZAGG/Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2
Hardware Review
Article Title: ZAGG/Logitech Keyboard Case
Author: Christopher Turner

The ZAGG/Logitech Keyboard Case is the perfect accessory for those seeking to use their iPad 2 as a full-fledged mobile computing platform.



ATPM 18.01 - Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve read your mind (we think)! Whether it’s a question on how to subscribe or unsubscribe from ATPM or how you can contribute to a future issue (yes, you can write for ATPM), we’ve got you covered on our FAQ page. And in case we’re not as clairvoyant as we thought, simply e-mail us and we’ll get an answer to you right away.



ATPM 17.12 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Michael Tidwell

(image)



ATPM 17.12 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 17.12 - Welcome
Welcome
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Warm up to each issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao and a spin of Apple finances and revenue, as well as what’s been going on that could affect your personal computing experience. Also this month: iPhone 4 success, Siri, iWork ’12, Apple HD TV, and iTunes gift cards.



ATPM 17.12 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’d love to hear your thoughts about our publication. We always welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Or, if you have an opinion or announcement about the Macintosh platform in general, that’s OK too. Send your e-mail to editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: a reader shares another angle on “The Green Screen Experience”



ATPM 17.12 - MacMuser: The Best Thing About the iPhone 4S and How to Cope in Clink
MacMuser
Article Title: The Best Thing About the iPhone 4S and How to Cope in Clink
Author: Mark Tennent

While enduring a hospital procedure, Mark Tennent explains his favorite feature of the iPhone 4S.



ATPM 17.12 - MacMuser: Box-Shifting Causes Migration
MacMuser
Article Title: Box-Shifting Causes Migration
Author: Mark Tennent

A new Mac migration tale.



ATPM 17.12 - PEBKAC: Staying Connected in Africa
PEBKAC
Article Title: Staying Connected in Africa
Author: Christopher Turner

While in Africa adopting his third child, Chris Turner offers his experiences in staying connected back home and with friends around the world.



ATPM 17.12 - How To: Create Your Own Homemade Audio Book
How To
Article Title: Create Your Own Homemade Audio Book
Author: Sylvester Roque

Armed with a Mac, Automator, and a few other basic tools, Sylvester Roque shows you how to brew a home-made audiobook.



ATPM 17.12 - Segments: Getting to Know My First Macintosh
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Getting to Know My First Macintosh
Author: Dave Trautman

Dave Trautman’s tale of his first Macintosh—a Mac Plus, “a simple machine with a mouse to take over where the keyboard left off.”



ATPM 17.12 - Segments: Nowhere to Go But Up
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh Life
Article Title: Nowhere to Go But Up
Author: Abe Balsamo

ATPM. receives many press releases each month. Most of them are merely informative, but we enjoyed this one so much that we had to publish it verbatim.



ATPM 17.12 - Desktop Pictures: Disney World
Desktop Pictures
Article Title: Disney World
Author: Jeff Krause

Armed with a Canon EOS 7D, a tripod, and an annual pass, Jeff Krause enjoys creating HDR images from the four Disney World theme parks near Orlando, Florida.



ATPM 17.12 - Out at Five
Out at Five
Author: Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson’s series, Out at Five, looks at the workplace and its boundaries from all angles, revolving around many of the same characters from his former series, Cortland.



ATPM 17.12 - The Spinning Beachball
The Spinning Beachball
Author: Grant Osborne

Are there any Siri jokes left?



ATPM 17.12 - Review: Comic Life for iPad 1.1.1
Software Review
Article Title: Comic Life for iPad 1.1.1
Author: Linus Ly

Make comics with the photo collection on your iPad or via the iPad’s camera.



ATPM 17.12 - Review: OmniFocus for iPhone 1.13
Software Review
Article Title: OmniFocus for iPhone 1.13
Author: Wes Meltzer

“OmniFocus for the iPhone is a zippy, quick way to drop in a few new tasks and see what’s on the horizon for the day—or whenever you have a free moment.”



ATPM 17.12 - Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve read your mind (we think)! Whether it’s a question on how to subscribe or unsubscribe from ATPM or how you can contribute to a future issue (yes, you can write for ATPM), we’ve got you covered on our FAQ page. And in case we’re not as clairvoyant as we thought, simply e-mail us and we’ll get an answer to you right away.



ATPM 17.11 - Cover

About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™--Cover art by Mirko von Berner

(image)



ATPM 17.11 - Sponsors
Sponsors

ATPM is a free publication thanks to our volunteer staff and our sponsors. Your support is also appreciated and we provide several options by which you can help keep ATPM free.



ATPM 17.11 - Welcome
Welcome
Author: Robert Paul Leitao

Warm up to each issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao and a spin of Apple finances and revenue, as well as what’s been going on that could affect your personal computing experience. Also this month: Steve Jobs' Biography, iPhone 4S, and iOS 5.



ATPM 17.11 - E-Mail
E-Mail

We’d love to hear your thoughts about our publication. We always welcome your comments, criticisms, suggestions, and praise. Or, if you have an opinion or announcement about the Macintosh platform in general, that’s OK too. Send your e-mail to editor@atpm.com. All mail becomes the property of ATPM.

This month: Printing from TextEdit.



ATPM 17.11 - MacMuser: Death of a Salesman
MacMuser
Article Title: Death of a Salesman
Author: Mark Tennent

“Steve Jobs…transformed my life in so many ways that I just can’t express my gratitude…”