LiveWire Electrifies NIH
This month, DCRT launches LiveWire, NIH's first Web-based, online magazine, offering easy access to key DCRT services and up-to-date computer information.
"Web technology has finally matured enough to produce an online magazine of this quality," says LiveWire's editor Dan Zoll, who produced DCRT's popular quarterly newsletter PCBriefs for 8 years. "It usually takes weeks to get a printed publication to people's desks, but I can update and distribute LiveWire in a matter of minutes."
LiveWire Editor Dan Zoll
LiveWire (http:livewire.nih.gov) allows readers to: register for computer training classes; get answers to their computer questions via email; read articles on the latest computer technology; learn tips and tricks for different computer systems.
To subscribe, follow the prompt on the magazine's front page, and you will be notified automatically when new material is available.
"I'm always looking for new material and new contributors," says Zoll. So if you have an idea for a computer- or Web-related article, or even an ongoing column, LiveWire is looking for you. Just email your suggestion to the editor via the magazine's home page.
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