August 1998 (Volume 3, Issue 1)
By Michael Webb
The Editor's monthly opening comments.
Sam Report: The Pindial Conspiracy
By Sam Ormes
Sam stirs the waters monthly with the always insightful, frequently controversial, Sam Report.
Lame Humor Department
By Kyle Webb
A satirical, sarcastic, sardonic, and sometimes downright silly look at affairs in the Amiga community, and life in general...also known as The Amiga Monitor's comic page.
By Kyle Webb
The latest on the Amiga show scene, this month focusing on the Midwest Amiga Exposition.
Obituary: CU Amiga
A long-running and very popular Amiga magazine closes its doors.
Obituary 2: Reports From Vulcan
Several development teams evaporate..
NEWS AND EDITORIAL
Out The Door
By Paul Somerfeldt
An editorial for this today of ours; it's time to look around and think about things.
AM Reader Poll: Amiga and America Online?: Month 8
By Paul Somerfeldt, Introduction by Michael Webb
You've seen the editorials. Now it's your turn to offer your opinions on this subject. Should America Online be made available to Amiga users? Would Amiga users benefit, or even want to use AOL? Every vote counts, so if you have an opinion, please take a look at this survey!
ICQ Alert Part II
The ongoing ICQ story.
Miscellaneous Press Releases
Compiled By Kyle Webb
Assorted news items from the Amiga world.
By Anthony Becker
Tone takes a look at this full-featured CD burning package from a long-established name in the Amiga CD business, Asimware Innovations.
By Greg Noggle
Greg's long-awaited update to his Picasso IV story, a varied experience that turned out beneficial in the end.
Corrections and Updates
By Steve Duff
Steve looks back at the subjects of some of his recent articles and provides some updates.
By Leo Maxwell
Our good friend Leo is back! This time, he's here with a review of this remarkable all-in-one Internet package.
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