Publishing Information


The Amiga Monitor

The Amiga Monitor is published monthly online by Excelsior Digital Publishing, 1996-1997.

The Amiga Monitor and Excelsior Digital Publishing are based in Binghamton, New York, USA.

The Amiga Monitor is published monthly in HTML format, and then translated by Anthony Becker into AmigaGuide format. The HTML version is posted in LhA and ZIP archive formats, while the AmigaGuide version is posted in LhA archive format only.

The HTML version of The Amiga Monitor requires a tables-supporting web browser to render the HTML properly; however, it should be readable with other browsers. The HTML code in The Amiga Monitor is currently optimized for IBrowse on the Amiga.

How to reach us:

  • The main address for Excelsior Digital Publishing and The Amiga Monitor is MikeWebb@CompuServe.COM. You can contact us at that address for any general business or concerns.
  • Those interested in writing for The Amiga Monitor can send e-mail to Sormes@aol.com.
  • The e-mail addresses of all members of the staff of The Amiga Monitor can be found in the Staff List.
  • In addition, you can usually find the e-mail address of the author or each article within that article.

Availability of The Amiga Monitor

The Amiga Monitor is available in a number of sites throughout the internet and other online sources of information.

The primary sites of The Amiga Monitor are the following:

You can also view the current complete list of official mirror sites, or register your site as an official mirror.

Legal Information

The views expressed within this magazine are not necessarily those of the publisher, the magazine itself, or of the organization comprising the magazine. The Amiga Monitor is an independent publication, not legally or fiscally bound to the former Commodore or any of its subsidiaries, ESCOM, Amiga Technologies, VIScorp, Phase5, PIOS, Amiga International, Gateway 2000, or any other company or organization involved now or ever in the development or manufacture of the Amiga personal computer.