Senior Editor, Chief Correspondent
Executive Editor, HTML to AmigaGuide Translator
Telecommunications Editor, Hardware Guru
Music and MIDI Editor
Chief Contributing Writer
Graphics Designer/Artistic Coordinator
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and a mailto: link to the author of each article can be found at the end of each article.
Availability of The Amiga Monitor"The Amiga Monitor" is published monthly online. It may be uploaded in its entirety to any location on the internet, but its home location is at http://ourworld.compuserve.com/ HomePages/MikeWebb/
First, I would like to thank you all for your interest in our new online Amiga magazine, "The Amiga Monitor." With this being our first issue, there is a great deal to be said about what our mission is, what we hope to accomplish and how, and what it all means for you, the Amiga community. My intro ductory article (listed below in the Table of Contents) will attempt to explain the format and general philosophy of "The Amiga Monitor."
The Amiga's future is quite uncertain now. It could cease to exist in a technological sense now, or it could go on achieve a certain measure of success in the computer industry. There will probably be very little middle ground in this case. Although much of what will happen to the Amiga depends upon the companies involved with it, much more still is based on the actions, and views, of the Amiga community. Yes, my friends, you and I and the rest of us; we have achieved a greater level of "community spirit" than the proponents of nearly any other product in industrial history. And we should be proud of that, and take advantage of it. These are trying times, and they are crucial times; and we want to make the best of them. So without further ado, we will enter Volume 1, Issue 1 of "The Amiga Monitor."
The Amiga Monitor: 1996, Excelsior Digital Publishing The Amiga Monitor's home site is at URL http://ourworld.compuserve.com/HomePages/MikeWebb/