No announcement yet.

(Copy) FREE E-Newsltr on Advanced Computing

This topic is closed.
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • (Copy) FREE E-Newsltr on Advanced Computing

    Thought those on BIOMCH-L list might be interested in the following
    posting which appeared on DYNSYS List. Please do not send inquiries to me,
    I am just passing the information along.

    Jane Clark

    ----------- Begin Forwarded Message
    ------------ Received: by; Thu, 06 Jan 94 15:57 EST
    Received: from localhost by (5.64/10.1)
    id AA09199; Thu, 6 Jan 94 15:54:31 -0500
    Date: Thu, 6 Jan 94 15:54:31 -0500


    Dear Colleague,

    PLEASE forward the following message to your mailing list(s),
    institution bulletin boards, and especially ALL non-U.S. lists, BBS, and
    discussion groups that you may be familiar with. Thank you very much.

    * * * P R E S S R E L E A S E * * * P R E S S R E L E A S E * * *

    B R I E F R E L E A S E


    Free, electronic newsletter features article summaries on new generation
    computer and communications technologies from over 100 trade magazines
    and research journals; key U.S. & international daily newspapers, news
    weeklies, and business magazines; and, over 100 Internet mailing lists &
    USENET groups. Each monthly issue includes listings of forthcoming &
    recently published technical books and forthcoming shows & conferences.
    Bonus: Exclusive interviews with technology pioneers. E-mail
    subscription requests to: (Leave the "Subject" line
    blank.) In the body of the message, type: SUBSCRIBE HOTT-LIST (do not
    include first or last names)

    * * * P R E S S R E L E A S E * * * P R E S S R E L E A S E * * *

    G E N E R A L R E L E A S E

    HOTT -- Hot Off The Tree -- is a FREE monthly electronic newsletter
    featuring the latest advances in computer, communications, and
    electronics technologies. Each issue provides article summaries on
    new & emerging technologies, including VR (virtual reality), neural
    networks, PDAs (personal digital assistants), GUIs (graphical user
    interfaces), intelligent agents, ubiquitous computing, genetic &
    evolutionary programming, wireless networks, smart cards, video phones,
    set-top boxes, nanotechnology, and massively parallel processing.

    Summaries are provided from the following sources:

    Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post,
    San Jose Mercury News, Boston Globe, Financial Times (London) ...

    Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report ...

    Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, The Economist (London), Nikkei Weekly
    (Tokyo), Asian Wall Street Journal (Hong Kong) ...

    over 50 trade magazines, including Computerworld, InfoWorld, Datamation,
    Computer Retail Week, Dr. Dobb's Journal, LAN Times, Communications
    Week, PC World, New Media, VAR Business, Midrange Systems, Byte ...

    over 50 research journals, including ** ALL ** publications of the IEEE
    Computer and Communications Societies, plus technical journals
    published by AT&T, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Fujitsu, Sharp, NTT, Siemens,
    Philips, GEC ...

    over 100 Internet mailing lists & USENET discussion groups ...

    plus ...

    * listings of forthcoming & recently published technical books;

    * listings of forthcoming trade shows & technical conferences; and,

    * company advertorials, including CEO perspectives, tips & techniques,
    and new product announcements


    Exclusive interviews with technology pioneers ... the next two issues
    feature interviews with Mark Weiser (head of Xerox PARC's Computer
    Science Lab) on ubiquitous computing, and Nobel laureate Joshua Lederberg
    on the information society


    Send subscription requests to:

    Leave the "Subject" line blank

    In the body of the message input:

    If at any time you choose to cancel your subscription input:

    Note: Do *not* include first or last names following

    The HOTT mailing list is automatically maintained by a computer located
    at the University of California at San Diego. The system automatically
    responds to the sender's return path. Hence, it is necessary to send
    subscription requests and cancellations directly to the listserv at UCSD.
    (I cannot make modifications to the list ... nor do I have access to the
    list.) For your privacy, please note that the list will not be rented.
    If you have problems and require human intervention, contact:

    The next issue of the reinvented HOTT e-newsletter is scheduled for
    transmission in late January/early February.

    Please forward this announcement to friends and colleagues, and post to
    your favorite bulletin boards. Our objective is to disseminate the
    highest quality and largest circulation compunications (computer &
    communications) industry newsletter.

    I look forward to serving you as HOTT's new editor. Thank you.

    ************************************************** ***********************
    * David Scott Lewis *
    * Editor-in-Chief and Book & Video Review Editor *
    * IEEE Engineering Management Review *
    * (the world's largest circulation "high tech" management journal) *
    * Internet address: Tel: +1 714 662 7037 *
    * USPS mailing address: POB 18438 / IRVINE CA 92713-8438 USA *
    ************************************************** ***********************

    ------------ End Forwarded Message -------------