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ATM (Amstrad Technical Magazine) was a British disczine edited by Roy Everett.

It combined technical articles (often written by Nigel Calcutt) with scene reviews and commentary, often including vitriolic text directed at members of Dirty Minds.

There were also interviews with coders past and present, such as NWC and Longshot.

Five issues were released, the last one in 1999.

Presentation consisted mainly of a simple, scrolling 80-column text display, but later issues included a raster effect which enabled each line to have a different colour.