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A few years ago, e-mail communication was a luxury. These days, it's a necessity. It's usually easier to reach someone via e-mail, rather than play voice-mail tag for days or try to track someone down via pager or cell phone. With e-mail, the message gets sent, once, and it gets to where it needs to be—in front of the user.

07/01/2000


A few years ago, e-mail communication was a luxury. These days, it's a necessity. It's usually easier to reach someone via e-mail, rather than play voice-mail tag for days or try to track someone down via pager or cell phone. With e-mail, the message gets sent, once, and it gets to where it needs to be—in front of the user.

What better way for Control Engineering to better serve its readers and deliver pertinent, timely automation information than through this most timely of media?

Control Engineering E-News

Over the past few months, you may have received a copy of Control Engineering E-News , part of Control Engineering 's growing Internet initiative. These e-mail newsletters began in January with a general newsletter, then started branching out into our editorial channels in February with Process Control E-News and PC-based Control E-News . Next likely to launch are Motors, Drives, & Motion Control E-News and Instrumentation E-News, with more expected.

Each of these newsletters are tailored to its editorial channel and written by that channel's editor. Every month, the editor compiles breaking news, interesting developments, new products, upcoming events, and other helpful bits of information and presents them all in an easy-to-read format, with hotlinks to additional information at www.controleng.com and elsewhere on the web.

Fieldbus Facts

In addition to the channel newsletters, Control Engineering produces Fieldbus Facts , a fieldbus newsletter sponsored by the Fieldbus Foundation (Austin, Tex., www.fieldbus.org). This monthly newsletter contains important news, standards updates, application stories, and upcoming events related to fieldbus and the Fieldbus Foundation.

How to subscribe

To subscribe to any or all of the newsletters, go to www.controleng.com and click on "Subscribe Now" in the Newsletters box on the top of the left-hand column.


Author Information

Laura Zurawski, web editor lzurawski@cahners.com


View the Newsletters Online

Check out the latest editions of each newsletter at the following URLs:

Process Control E-News:

PC-based Control E-News :

Motors, Drives, & Motion Control E-News :

Instrumentation E-News :

n Fieldbus Facts :

Contribute to E-News

Got a question, comment, or idea for any of the newsletters?

Contact one of the following editors:

Process Control E-News : Dave Harrold,dharrold@cahners.com

PC-based Control E-News : Gary Mintchell,gmintchell@cahners.com

Motors, Drives, & Motion Control E-News : Frank Bartos,fbartos@cahners.com

Instrumentation E-News : Dick Johnson,djohnson@cahners.com



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