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About This Newsletter -- Cover page and general information about this document and Ambrosia as a company. Come and meet the gang.
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What's New -- The long awaited Escape Velocity! The Barrack Contest! Yet another new game! A new author joins the Ambrosia Times staff! And, the snow has melted (bringing unusual events).
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 -- Who's been sending Andrew junk eMail?!?!? If you know who has been doing this dastardly deed, please report them to the proper authorities.
Escape Velocity Press Release -- Have you ever wondered what it would be like to own your own space ship and to be able to roam the galaxy doing whatever you please? Escape Velocity is here and waiting for you.
Barrack Contest -- So you think you're tough, huh? So you say you're not afraid of sharks in pink flip-flops? Well, we'll see...
Avara Update -- What's going on with Avara? More people, more things, more places to hide and blow up your friends with grenades, more, more, more...
Up Close and Personal with Juri Munkki -- Find out more about the mastermind behind the world of Avara. The Ambrosia Times interviews the creator of the "wide open spaces."
Ambrosia Cafe the Tops -- The Ambrosia Cafe has hit the top! Point, an organization that reviews Web sites, has chosen the Cafe as one of the Top 5% of all Web sites on the Internet!
Bubble Trouble -- As we continue to bombard you with more crazy things for your computer, Ambrosia, along with Alex Metcalf, the creator of Maniac and Swoop's author Dave Wareing, prepare a new game for your procrastinating pleasure.
Geekette -- We wonder about Gayle sometimes. This issue's Geekette column sheds some light on her fascination with the sun.
The Incredible Bouncing Andrew -- Andrew takes a day job, actually, a night job.
How To -- Ever wonder why your computer crashes from time to time? Well, so does Cajun. This issue's How To will help you find those nasty little bugs.
Eeek A Bug! -- An update report on the new versions of Chiral and Barrack.
Ramblings -- This issue's Ramblings column introduces a real-live professional rambler, Michael Dortch. He has been rambling for almost 20 years, and we have asked him to throw a little rambling our way.