"A neat desk is a sign of a sick mind."
ST NEWS COLOPHON
ST NEWS is a non-commercial disk magazine written for and
written by Atari ST/TT/Falcon computer enthusiasts. It is
published at irregular intervals by the Amazing Cracking
Conspiracy (of the world's most virtual group ever to roam the
scene, Quartermass Experiment), and spread through the Public
This is the final issue of ST NEWS you'll ever see.
Official ST NEWS distributors world wide:
Via Cometa 4
Libraire Démos (*)
9, Avenue Madeleine
S-841 31 Ånge
164 Grandview Grove
(No more email address known)
FaST Club (* £2.50 per issue)
7 Musters Road
Nottingham NG2 7PP
João Carlos V. Teixeira
Rua do Carmo
Ul. Radosci 10/18
P.O. Box 11
Jesus Cea Avion
Rua Caldas de Reis, 12, 6IZQ
The distributors marked with an asterisk (*) behind their name
sell ST NEWS at Public Domain prices. You'd better send them a
letter plus some International Reply Coupons to get to know their
stock and prices first. Please also allow a reasonable time for
delivery. The other distributors (i.e. those with no asterisk, in
case you're daft) only need to receive a disk + reply postage +
reply envelope (and a donation now and then). For the ones
selling at PD prices, please first inquire what they require.
People in Holland and in countries where no official distributor
exists are invited to send disk(s) plus sufficient reply postage
to the ST NEWS correspondence address.
If you have any complaints about the foreign distributors (like
them not sending your disks back at all) please write to me so
that I can start to attempt finding new ones. This sounds a bit
crude, I know, but there is no other way to establish whether
they're still functioning!
To check out which people contributed (directly or indirectly)
to this issue of ST NEWS (apart from the actual editorial staff),
check out the scroller, please (that way, at least the people who
want their names mentioned should read it!).
Special thanks need to go to the people responsible for the
programs without which I would have had a harder time creating
this product. ST NEWS officially endorses: "Devpac Developer ST",
"GfA Basic", "1st Word Plus" and "ST Zip" (postcardware).
Although the following products weren't necessary per se, they
did make the conception process a thoroughly more enjoyable one:
"NVDI", "K-Rhyme", "K-Roget", "NeoDesk", "Freedom" and "Geneva".
The editor accepts no responsibility for any damage caused
directly or indirectly by the use of any of the information given
in this issue of ST NEWS nor the information contained in
previous issues or issues to come. Writers remain responsible for
their viewpoints and possible conflicts with other people caused
by the publication of their article(s) in ST NEWS.
Although ST NEWS belongs to the Public Domain, the individual
articles may not be used in other magazines, in English or any
other language, before the permission therefore is given by
the author of the article.
The ST NEWS editorial staff reserves the right to add witty
quotes to all submissions except where deemed explicitly ill-
fitting. Also, any literary submission may be used in the bi-
monthly on-line fiction-only multi-format ST NEWS spin-off
magazine, "Twilight World".
If you think ST NEWS is worthy of a contribution from your side,
please feel free to donate any amount of money on giro account
number 5060326, t.n.v. Richard Karsmakers, Utrecht, The
Netherlands. Note to Germans: Bankleitzahl nicht notwendig!
Thank you in anticipation! I am a not-particularly-well-off
student and your money will be put to good use!
The text of the articles is identical to the originals like they appeared in old ST NEWS issues. Please take into consideration that the author(s) was (were) a lot younger and less responsible back then. So bad jokes, bad English, youthful arrogance, insults, bravura, over-crediting and tastelessness should be taken with at least a grain of salt. Any contact and/or payment information, as well as deadlines/release dates of any kind should be regarded as outdated. Due to the fact that these pages are not actually contained in an Atari executable here, references to scroll texts, featured demo screens and hidden articles may also be irrelevant.