CMC Magazine reports on people, events, applications, and study
related to computer-mediated communication (CMC). It draws on an
interdisciplinary mix of of perspectives from communication,
technology, journalism, and other disciplines. CMC Magazine publishes
news, features, essays, and reports about the phenomenon of
human communication and information retrieval on global networks.
Covers: people, events, applications, and issues related to
computer-mediated communication (CMC).
Status: 1st issue May 1994; published by
advertising accepted as of January 1996;
payment for writers or editors only when funds are available
(I hope the advertising money will be coming in to pay editors,
staff, and writers).
What this magazine attempts to do:
A possible analogy: Scientific American
can appeal to a
broad range of readers with a diverse set of
interests, yet provide each reader with a perspective of
the substance and value of knowledge for some scientific topic.
I hope that CMC Magazine can
play a similar role in CMC Studies: to address the reader who has an
interest in CMC and some background in one or more of many related