Thursday, October 20, 2005

New Personal Technology Magazine


"Newspaper USA Today has launched an 80-page consumer technology magazine titled USA Today Now Personal Technology. The magazine seeks to guide readers on using the latest electronic gizmos. Home and office appliances as well as automobile gadgets are covered. Features include Q&A columns, reference notes on setting up home theatres and tips on producing good quality photos and videos.
Developed under the leadership of Mendy Fetterman, the magazine is focused on the lay user, rather than the expert. It is projected to improve the consumer buying process in the forthcoming months. The annual is priced at $4.95. Approximately 300,000 copies of the first issue have been printed."

Friday, October 07, 2005

New and New-ish EJournals

Between the end of June and the end of September, we added many electronic journals to our library catalog. I've included some that may be of interest to you below:
Organizational behavior and human performance
Journal of economic behavior & organization
Scandinavian journal of management studies
The journal of high technology management research
Reflective practice
Journal of consumer psychology
Technological forecasting
International journal of production economics
Engineering costs and production economics
Engineering and process economics
Microelectronic engineering
International journal of computer integrated manufacturing
Journal of intelligent manufacturing
Computers & security


Tuesday, October 04, 2005

New NanoBiotechnology Journal

From Knowledge Speak Newsletter:

"Humana Press has released a new international refereed journal, NanoBiotechnology, covering the convergence of biomedical sciences and nanotechnology. The journal is projected to act as a platform for the presentation of nanotechnology-related research and technological advances as well as applications in biology and medicine. The first edition, released in summer, carried 10 papers. Topics covered include visualising Nature operating from the nano to macro level, potential nanotechnology cures for articular cartilage defects and an optical nanotool that helps in researching protein organisation at the cell membrane. Topics to be covered in the future include molecular bioprobes, nanoparticles and nanobiosystems and nanobiomaterials. Led by Tuan Vo-Dinh, a corporate fellow at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Life Sciences Division, the journal has a 46-member editorial board."

Let me know if you'd be interested in pursuing a subscription to this journal.