Communication Magazine /
Volume 2, Number 5 / May 1, 1995 / Page 2
by John December
Trade shows are nearly all alike. Having attended two within a two-week period,
I sometimes can't keep the events straight---did I see VRML demonstrated
in San Jose or Atlanta? Despite their surface blandness, however, trade shows
sometimes announce the leading edge of technologies that are soon to be
in consumer hands. In the online world, technologies as well as many
other aspects of human communication through networks, are changing
rapidly. In this issue, we look in detail at the
recent, Internet World conference. I also give
a brief report on the Comdex trade show held
in Atlanta recently.
also continues other themes in which
we are interested. Kevin Hunt critiques
MCI's Gramercy Press web, a site that many
presenters at Internet World and Comdex discussed in several ways--some
praised its innovation; others critiqued its "hollowness."
A New Look
Thanks to CMC Magazine Graphics editor
Teague for our new look--some of which
takes advantage of Netscape 1.1 browser features.
Please let Jason (firstname.lastname@example.org) know what you think.
Thanks for this issue
This issue could not have been created without
the help of all the staff and authors who contribute
to this magazine each month. Special thanks for this issue to:
Jason Teague, Nick Weaver, and Kirsten Cooke.
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