Computing in Science & Engineering, March/April 2008, pp. 60–64
Are We There Yet?
If We Build It, Will They Come?
In this installment of At Issue, two of Computing in Science & Engineering's (CiSE’s) editorial board members describe the magazine’s current and future Web presence. We start with Bill Feiereisen’s discussion of science on the Web and what it could mean for CiSE ("Are We There Yet?") and end with George Thiruvathukal’s discussion of the challenges therein ("If We Build It, Will They Come?").
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Computing in Science & Engineering magazine aims to meet the need in hard sciences for efficient algorithms, system software, and computer architecture to address large computational problems.
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This month's theme: Web 2.0 and Publishing
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The Web is here to stay, and the future of the IEEE Computer Society and its publications needs to involve the Internet. For our first anniversary issue, Computing Now explores Web 2.0 and publishing. Read more ?
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