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Well, it's been just over a month, and here we are again. I'd like to start off by thanking all of you who helped to make our first issue a success; your interest is appreciated, and it is our goal to continue to earn it in the future.
The last month has been an interesting one; let's just say it's amazing to see how fast one person's email traffic can increase in such a short time ;).
Seriously, though, the interest and feedback were appreciated; in general, all contact with you, the readers, helps to improve this magazine. This has, of course, been a time of developing and implementing a working system of bureacracy by which we can efficiently and effectively manage all AM-related business. This system is much-improved from a month ago, but is, of course, still in its early stages. So I ask that you bear with us if there has been any delay or omission in processing your communications with us; we're working on it, and we appreciate your patience in working with this issue.
As a result of requests and inquiries from a number of readers, we have added several new "features" to the magazine: there are now mailing lists for distribution of the magazine, as well as a well-defined policy on the addition of new mirror sites, in addition to a current list thereof. In addition, I am happy to say that the HTML code, while still IBrowse-Enhanced, is now significantly more Netscape-friendly. If you detect any major formatting errors, feel free to let us know, as we endeavor to iron out all the bugs and make the magazine more widely-readable. Oh, yes, I can also tell you that you shouldn't be able to find any stray hyphens in this issue ;).
With that, I'm going to leave the rest up to our contributors for now, and hope you enjoy reading the second issue of The Amiga Monitor.
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