This issue of ATPM includes:
The Candy Apple: In Which a Loss Comes With a Gain
There’s a reason we resist change.
Segments: Internet Democracy Gone Bad
“The same democratic principles that make the Internet a great thing also mean that you may be democratically exposed to con artists and incompetent people claiming great skills.”
About This Particular Outliner: Deep Tinderbox
After taking a break last month, in this About This Particular Outliner, Ted Goranson zeros in on Tinderbox.
Networks In Action: Mac to Windows: Troubleshooting the “No Logon Servers Available” File Sharing Error
Don’t let this error stop you from sharing your Mac files with your Windows-using friends.
Chad mires about losing his last customer to Cortland. Meanwhile, Cortland discovers an all-too-familiar acquaintance in Todd’s iMaximum.
Desktop Pictures: Sunsets
Sunsets by Lee Bennett.
Frisky Freeware: Camino
Matt Johnson introduces Frisky the Freeware Guinea Pig who will “bravely test free software for you.”
Review: AirPort Express
Eric Blair takes us along for the ride as he installs an AirPort Express and makes an insightful observation regarding the lack of a remote control, often-discussed by AirPort Express critics.
Review: Optipix 3.0
This professional set of tools to aid digital photography enhancements in Photoshop is like getting more than 15 tools in one, and they all can work with 16-bit images.
Review: Mac OS X Panther for UNIX Geeks (book)
“The primary goal of this book is to assist with the transition to Mac OS X for those advanced users of Linux- and Unix-flavoured operating systems with a particular developer or system administration interest.”