11.07 / July 2005
Volume 11, Number 7
About This Particular Macintosh: About the personal computing experience™
The ATPM Staff
|Managing Editor||Christopher Turner|
|Associate Editor/Reviews||Paul Fatula|
|Copy Editors||Raena Armitage|
|Web Editor||Lee Bennett|
|Beta Testers||The Staff|
|Contributing Editors||Eric Blair|
|Robert Paul Leitao|
Artwork & Design
|Layout and Design||Michael Tsai|
|Blue Apple Icon Designs||Mark Robinson|
|Other Art||RD Novo|
RD Novo, Robert Madill, Belinda Wagner, Jamal Ghandour, Edward Goss, Tom Iovino, Daniel Chvatik, Grant Osborne, Gregory Tetrault.
Marcus J. Albers, Paul Blakeman, Paul Fatula, Matthew Glidden, Ted Goranson Matt Johnson, Andrew Kator, Chris Lawson, Robert Paul Leitao, Ellyn Ritterskamp, Charles Ross, Michael Tsai, Christopher Turner, Angus Wong, David Zatz, Macintosh users like you.
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