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John Labovitz is maintaining a comprehensive list of electronic zines. FTP it as e-zine-list or e-zine-list.html from /pub/johnl/zines on netcom.com, or gopher to gopher.well.sf.ca.us or etext.archive.umich.edu, or use WWW for file://netcom.com/pub/johnl/zines. Comments to johnl@netcom.com. [ZINES-L and prog-pubs, 1/31/94. Elliott Parker, CARR-L.]

Interactive Publishing Alert is a new monthly online newsletter about electronic publishing. One article analyses the choice of a dedicated BBS vs. a forum on a major online service. $149/year or $15/copy from Rosalind Resnick (rosalind@harrison.win.net), (305) 920-5326. [CARR-L, 2/1/94.]

CD-ROM Updater is a free e-magazine reviewing CD ROM technology. 30-40 articles per issue, 130KB (from 600KB of source material and 2GB on CD ROM). Send a "Subscribe Cd-Rom Updater " message to Aaron Quigley (aquigley@unix1.tcd.ie). [net-hap, 2/1/94.]

MNS Reviews is a free online Mac publication, monthly and soon to be more frequent. Back issues are archived as info-mac/per/mns-review.hqx and on future info-mac CDROMs. >From MUG News Service (MNS), which reaches 350K Mac user group members. Don Rittner (afldonr@aol.com). [Timothy J. Greear (tjg8542@silver.sdsmt.edu), info-mac, 1/25/94. Bill Park.]

MIKinations is an illustrated online Macintosh magazine from Australia. FTP mikinations-94-01.hqx (156KB) from /info-mac/per on sumex-aim.stanford.edu. [Michael Bradshaw (mbradsh@ucc.su.oz.au). Bill Park, 1/20/94.]

Information Technology and Disabilities (ITD) is a new refereed e-journal. Send a "subscribe ITD-JNL your name" message to listserv@sjuvm.stjohns.edu, or request itd-toc for a list of individual articles. Author guidelines are available with "get author guidelin". Archives are on the St. John's University (New York) gopher. Tom McNulty (mcnulty@acfcluster.nyu.edu). [Norman Coombs. James Powell (jpowell@vtvm1.bitnet), VPIEJ-L, 1/19/94.]

Deaf Magazine is a new weekly. Send a "sub deaf your name" message to deaf-request@clark.net. [Nathan Prugh (deaf-admin @clark.net), NEW-LIST, 1/27/94. net-hap.]

The Electronic J. of Differential Equations (EJDE) is new. For abstract announcements, write to subs@ejde.math.swt.edu. To get full TeX or PostScript articles, telnet to ejde.math.swt.edu and log in as ejde, or to e-math.ams.com with login and password e-math (Mathematical Publications/ Other Mathematical Publications). Or you can gopher to ejde.math.swt.edu, or FTP there (login ftp) and connect to the pub directory. Comments to editor@ejde.math.swt.edu. [Julio G. Dix (julio@thales.math.swt.edu), VPIEJ-L, 1/31/94.]

The Connection Science journal has moved to Sheffield University. Send submissions to Julie Clarke (j.clarke@dcs.shef.ac.uk), or volunteer as a reviewer. [Noel Sharkey (n.sharkey@dcs.shef.ac.uk), connectionists, 1/18/94.]

NanoNews is a new bimonthly covering nanotechnology, materials, and fullerenes. 20-24 pp. $66 or $81 overseas from Superconductivity Publications, Inc. (Somerset, NJ), kkeating@gandalf.rutgers.edu, (908) 846-2002, (908) 846-2050 Fax. Sample issue on request. [sci.nanotech, 1/18/94. David Joslin.]

infoCycle is a fax/email newsletter for technology managers. News and essays, short but interesting. Free over Internet from Jason Smith (jwsmith@io.org), (416) 487-7202 voice/fax. [net-hap, 1/27/94.]

The peer-reviewed Journal of East-West Business has published its second issue. $28-$32/year. For a copy of V1 N1, contact Chris Miner, The Haworth Press Inc. (Binghamton), (717) 459 5933, (717) 459 5934 Fax. [Stanley Paliwoda (paliwoda@acs.ucalgary.ca), E-Europe, 12/23. Steve Goldstein.]

The Electronic Journal of Strategic Information Systems (SIS- EJOURNAL) is a moderated redistribution. Every five messages is considered one issue; every year is a volume. Send a "JOIN SIS-EJOURNAL your name" message to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk or contact sis-ejournal-request@mailbase.ac.uk. ISSN 0960-7977. [Rob McGeachin (rbm9064@tamvm1.tamu.edu), NewJour-L, 1/18/94.]

The Quote Of The Day mailing list brings you one quotation every morning. Request subscriptions from Terry Labach (qotd-request@ensu.ucalgary.ca). [Tim.Finin@cs.umbc.edu, 2/1/94.]