A New Breed of PC Magazine Has Been Unleashed Today

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P4 Publishing announces the launch of its new free online magazine, @. The "brand new breed of PC magazine" is full of attitude and available at http://www.attitude4pc.com.

Cambs, Great Britain (PRWEB) June 1, 2005 – The online magazine being described as a “brand new breed of PC magazine” has been unleashed today by P4 Publishing, called "@" (http://www.attitude4pc.com). It isn't a slick and glossy, "well behaved" publication; instead it's unruly, candid and tells things how they really are. @ is the free online PC magazine packed with attitude.

In the first issue of the free PC magazine, @ not only points out online hazards such as scams, stalkers, spoof e-mails and spyware, but also tells readers what they can do about them.

@ is a free PC magazine that's unique, innovative and rebels against traditional-style publishing.

Features of @ online PC Magazine:

*It is published online in a PDF format via the http://www.attitude4pc.com Web site.

*It is being launched with four especially themed issues. The first issue, titled “Change Your Life with a Click of a Mouse" is available right now and will be followed by new issues at the end of July, September and November 2005.

*It offers truly interactive reading with a fully bookmarked index (a click on any link opens up that Web page in your browser).

*It is a free online magazine.

Tony Hetherington, founder of @, has been involved with PC and other magazine since 1983 and works with a team of friends, volunteers and freelancers to provide the very best in every issue.

"For many years I have wanted to launch such an online magazine, and now is the time to do it utilizing the Internet as the medium for 21st century publishing," states Hetherington. “Using this format we can give the readers a professional, free online magazine, and give advertisers a unique and growing market with a truly interactive element. And they benefit from reduced costs in comparison to traditional advertising methods.”

The first special issue, “Change Your Life With a Click of a Mouse,” includes the following topics:

*Online safety: The issue includes information on how to keep you and your family safe online and fight back against the scammers, phishers, viruses, stalkers and other dangers.

*Make a difference: This issue may help you to change the way you shop, where you shop from, and even give you advice on how to always get those coveted tickets to hot shows and events.

*Start a new life: There are many ways to do this with the "Click of a Mouse"…Find a new job or challenge, improve your health, research your family tree, track down those old school friends and relatives and even become a Lord, Lady or Priest!

*Make money online: The issue explains ways to rake in the cash. You can create your own Web site to sell goods you make or import via affiliate schemes where you can have an online shop with no stock or risk. With @ magazine featuring tactics that work and those that don't, the magazine provides tried and tested advice to help you successfully promote your site.

*Have fun: Laugh at the Darwin Award winners, jokes, dumb laws and more. Play games either for fun or poker for profit, get hooked on Neopets, download music, jingles, sound effects, movie information and more.

Three further themed special issues will follow this year: “Senses Overload” (July), “Portable Power" (September) and “Games Special” (November). More details of these are available on request or via the http://www.attitude4pc.com Web site.

Game fans of all ages may also want to visit http://www.dice2mice.com to download copies of the sister title that covers all games ranging from card and board games to video games.

For more information about @, the free PC magazine online (http://www.attitude4pc.com/), please contact Tony Hetherington by e-mail at attitude4pc@aol.com.

Contact:

Tony Hetherington

Phone: +44 1487 842038

Email: attitude4pc@aol.com

Web Address: http://www.Attitude4pc.com/

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