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About This Newsletter -- General information about this document and Ambrosia as a company. Come and meet the gang.
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What's New -- We have news about Harry the Handsome Executive, Manse, Cythera, and the results of the Bubble Trouble Contest. We also have a new employee.
Kudos & Criticism -- Each month we dig our hands into the Ambrosia mailbag for a few select letters to answer in this section.
President's Letter -- What's NeXT on Andrew's desk? Check out his take on our newest piece of "official programming equipment."
Sneak a Peek at Harry -- As Harry the Handsome Executive nears beta, we have a little more to reveal. Come and check out a sneak peek.
Bubble Trouble High Score Contest Results -- The results are in, and what a contest we had! Come see how you fared in the BT High Score Contest!
Tom's Summer Report -- Our summer intern shares a little about his life outside the office. We didn't even know he had one ;)
Up Close and Personal with Ben Spees -- Come and meet the maker. The Ambrosia Times get's up close with the author of Harry the Handsome Executive.
Geekette -- Gayle takes her experience with animals to a local animal shelter. Find out what volunteers really do.
Bitwise Operator -- Our resident programmer moves forward in his series of articles on Macintosh programming. This one has source code!
How To -- Cajun takes one last look at EV plug-in design in the final chapter in his three part series.
Eeek A Bug! -- What can you expect from the next version of Eclipse? Cajun lists the intended changes for the next version of our popular screen saver.
Ramblings -- What can we learn from some of the darker areas of the Internet? Michael looks at some of the technologies being developed in places of which we do not speak.