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Miller Freeman

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Miller Freeman
  • From: "Alan L. Zeichick" <76703.756 at compuserve.com>
  • Date: 19 Jan 92 18:36:09 EST

   > Evidently there have been some changes in The Mathematica Journal.
   > I'd be grateful if you could summarize to the mathgroup what
   > changes have occured, when the next issue will appear, etc.
 
For those who haven't heard, Miller Freeman Inc., a San Francisco-based
computer-magazine publishing company, purchased The Mathematica Journal from
Addison-Wesley Publishing in December. I have replaced Silvio Levy as
Editor; Silvio has agreed to remain a part of the Journal team as a member
of its advisory board.
 
Our intention is to publish the Journal with about the same content, and no
loss in quality, but a little more often -- a solid four times per year. The
next issue (Vol. 2, No. 1, the fifth issue of the Journal) is now off-press;
most of you should receive it by the end of January. The one after that (#6)
is scheduled to be off-press sometime in May, and then about every three
months thereafter.
 
Some of you may _not_ have received Vol. 1, No. 4, even though you paid for
an annual subscription. If that's the case, no problem: the _best_ thing to
do is call Craig Johnson, the chief Customer Service Rep for the Journal, at
415-905-2376, and he'll send one out. You can send me e-mail, but since I'm
rarely in the office, it'll take a little longer to straighten things out.
 
Please note that Addison-Wesley is _still_ publishing Stephen Wolfram's
"Mathematica, 2nd Edition" book, as well as all their other Mathematica
book titles. We have only assumed the Journal, not their Advanced Book
Division.
 
(Also note that Miller Freeman Inc. is totally unrelated to New York-based
W.H. Freeman and Company, who published Stan Wagon's excellent "Mathematica
in Action.")
 
Here's where to find us:
 
  The Mathematica Journal
  Miller Freeman, Inc.
  600 Harrison St., 4th Floor
  San Francisco, CA 94107
  phone 415-905-2200
    fax 415-905-2234
 
  Publisher: Regina Starr Ridley
  Editor: Alan Zeichick
  Advertising Sales: Michele Anet
  Customer Service: Craig Johnson
 
-Alan Z.
 







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