The Ferret Speaks!
Well! The CRYPTmag has reached issue 50, who would have thought we would have lasted this long, certainly not I. However we are still here and we are also growing, our viewing figures speak for themselves with almost 11.000 hits in July.
Before I delve under the covers of issue 50, there one very important article that I would like to bring your attention to. In this issue our own Baz Walker hopes to embark upon a very ambitious "AMIGA" project; however he does require your assistance to complete it. We often hear people complain that little happens in the AMIGA world, so this is your chance to become involved in something exciting for Amiga fans. I know from reading various mailing lists and forums that a lot of talented Amiga users are still out there. We need you to help us, so please get in touch, even if it is just to offer advice.
So what is in store for readers this issue? Ian Urie looks at Angel Writer a free program very like Word. He also reviews a Bluetooth headset the Jabra BT135.
Steve reviews NoteTab Light, a great free notepad replacement with a heck of a lot more features. Well worth checking out.
This issues tips tell you how to resize your digital Photos with a right click of the mouse.
Do you have a problem viewing PPS files when they are an attachment to an email? We tell you how to overcome that problem.
Guest writer Bob Miles tells us about underwater digital cameras ... Donít laugh, the weather we have been having this summer you might need one :)
We tell you the benefits of V.O.I.P Phones ... got broadband? Get an Internet Phone! Add a free download of Skype and you can talk to other users free. (I contact relations in Australia and it is completely free). You can even use Skype on your computer to get cheaper call to normal landline phones.
A new feature in this issue of the CRYPTmag is Audio files. Like one of our stories or jokes.. Just email us and we will send you a FREE audio files of it in saved as .wav, .mp3, or .wma format.
As ever issue 50 contains a wealth of superb articles to keep you busy for a while. I cannot finish without giving my sincere thanks to all those who have supported us through our 50 issues. Without YOU, our site visitors we would not survive. Now ... on to Issue51
Ian C Fyvie Editor