The March+April 2008 issue of interactions magazine has emerged from
the printer and should be appearing in subscribers' mailboxes soon.
As subscribers and other recipients have seen from the
January+February 2008 issue, the magazine now has a very different
look and feel, and content that reflects a new vision. And for the
first time since its inception in 1994, interactions has a website
(http://interactions.acm.org/), one via which people can access
interactions articles (from the current issue as well as all past
issues), access content not available in the print magazine, and
interact about the magazine's contents.
"Interactions Magazine seems to be heading into an exciting direction
under its new editors-in-chief Richard Anderson and Jon Kolko. The
new byline ('experience - people - technology') is already a mission
statement in itself, especially since the magazine is published by
ACM, which stands for 'Association for Computing Machinery'."
"This morning I received a print copy of Interactions Magazine with
the mail. Wow. It looks, feels, and reads exactly like a magazine for
our profession should be. Why did no one think of this before?"
"I strongly suggest the readers of this blog to subscribe to the
magazine, if you haven't already done so. It's only 50 USD."
Should you be interested in subscribing to interactions, writing for
it, advertising in it, learning about our vision for it, learning
about the regular contributors to it, etc., you'll find information
of relevance on the new website. Alternatively, feel free to send us
an email at eic at interactions.acm.org, and let us know how you would
like this magazine to grow as a reflection of our burgeoning