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Language Industry Monitor is a 12-page bimonthly newsletter covering NLP technologies, including speech processing, handwriting recognition, computer-aided writing, multilingual computing, terminology management, and machine translation. Topics covered in the first year included EUROTRA, UNICODE, Arabic, Microsoft's new NL group, Reuters' content scanning, etc. Contact Colin Brace (, Fax +31 20 6854300, to subscribe or submit material. Language Industry Monitor, Eerste Helmersstraat 183, 1054 DT Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [NL-KR Digest, 1/30.]

The Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia; David H. Jonassen, Editor. Quarterly, starting Fall 1991. [Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (, IRList Digest, 1/8.]

UNIX USER is a new bimonthly newsletter (16-24 pp.) for Unix newcomers. Contact Hanson Computer Consulting (Batavia, IL), [Steve Hanson (, comp.newprod, 12/23.]

The AI in Education Society (AI-ED) is a new international society sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Membership included the AI-ED Newsletter, the quarterly Journal of AI in Education, and various discounts. Contact [SIGART Bulletin, 1/92.]

COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE, 7(4), 1991, is a special issue on natural language generation. Copies are available for US$17.50. Contact T. Pattabhiraman ( for a list of articles or for ordering instructions. Vol. 8(1) will be a continuation. [NL-KR Digest, 1/30.]

Bob Bolles (SRI) and Olivier Faugeras (INRIA) will join Takeo Kanade (CMU) as Editors in Chief of the Int. J. of Computer Vision (IJCV), replacing Rod Brooks. [SIGART Bulletin, 1/92.]

The Object Technology Laboratory at Santa Clara University is organizing Tuesday 4-5pm seminars on research directions in next-generation database systems. Contact for information or to volunteer. [Mohammad Ketabchi, SRI bboard, 1/10.]