Review: 1996 08 10
This page takes advantage of the power of Netscape. The editors have redesigned the zine to make it easier to download and easier to read.
Based in North Bay, Ontario, Canada, The Acid-Free Paper has links to art and a sense of humor. The FAQ tells the reader about The Unofficial Kevin Smith (not the director of Clerks or Mallrats). If you're looking for Kevin Smith, this may be the page for you.
The editorials are interesting. Issue Six featured a humorous piece on SPAM and Italian knife salesmen. TA-fP definitely leans toward the art side of the world-wide web art/commerce debate (and yet, you can find an ad on most every page!).
Daniel Elzinga is a bona fide artist with several exhibits on his resume, so if you like computer art, you should enjoy this page. This site also features poetry.