Publishing on Internet
Proteios at indirect.com
Sat Mar 25 00:00:04 EST 1995
In article <celia-2303951957180001 at mca348-ppc.hsc.usc.edu>,
celia at hsc.usc.edu (Celia Williams) wrote:
> I found the following posting on bionet.neurosci. and thought it might be
> relevant to the discussion on publishing the GIG articles.
> Within the next 6 weeks a new series of magazines will be launched, which
> will have a hard copy available to interested parties, as well as a major
> publication series available on the web. The magazines will deal with many
> subject areas, and will have hypertext points imprinted into features, so
> the reader can access the WWW, and simply go to the relevant pages,
> following the same hypertext links as shown in the magazines.
> The future.......
> Our aim is to promote science, and scientific issues mainly in the field
> of bioscience. Both the magazines and the WWW pages will eventually have
> articles and links to publications, posters, and as many products and
> suppliers as we can get interested in publishing with us. So, if you know
> of anyone who would be interested in providing articles, publishing
> information to assist other scientists, or you work for a company who
> wants to advertise , and set up pages on the WWW, we aim to become the one
> stop point to leap off into the web, and other internet areas. Send me an
> email, and I'll keep you up to date on our progress. Also let me know if
> you want to register for the first issue of the first magazine to be
> published early May '95. Diagnostics, Biotechnology and Life-sciences will
> be the areas first targeted for publication.
> TO ALL INTERESTED ADVERTISERS - the deadline for the first issue will be
> in 3-4 weeks time. Please contact me urgently for more information - your
> advert will also secure you web space and hypertext links!!!!!
> I look forward to hearing from you all...
> Best wishes,
> Jon Waterman-Smith E-mail address..... jpwscyto at pavilion.co.uk
> Looks like the future is already here!
> Regards to all,
Please keep me posted on the addresses and locations of any material in the field you have or do intend to post (when you actually set up). Thanks[|:-)
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