While Info (or .info) covered both Commodore’s 8-bit and 16-bit computers, by 1991 it was only covering the Amiga. The November 1991 issue includes:
- Graphics – Brad Schneck presents a RoundUp of the top Amiga native made paint programs.
- MultiMedia – Harv Laser’s Rockin’ and Boppin’ to CD+G on CDTV. (With discography!)
- Audio – Bob Lindstrom examines the topic of how to add music to multimedia.
- Video – OJ Sands III puts himself in the picture with MicroSearch’s impressive Chromakey.
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- UNIX: Is It For You? – Daniel Barrett finishes his discussion with Part II: For the Programmer.
- Quarterback Tools – David Martin reviews this Amiga utility program.
- Point / Counterpoint – Nick Sullivan and Chris Zamara debate the relative virtues of the Workbench and CLI.
- Checking Out Programs – Jim Butterfield warns that Hallowe’en and Christmas may be the same thing.
- Hardware – Mort Kevelson packs an A500 with ICD’s internal peripherals.
- Public Domain – Jeff Lowenthal looks at programs from GEnie and CranWare.
- Tir Na Nog – Brad Schneck explains the creative process.
- CyberPlay – Tom reviews 4 new games, then twiddles his electronic thumbs.
- Productivity – Jim Meyer backs up with Ami-Back and Flashback.
- DevCon Report – Mark visits the Coors Brewery and the Amiga DevCon.
- .info Monitor
- New Products
- News & Views
- .info Update
- The Rumor Mill
- Advertisers’ Index