7.0353 TEXT Technology (1/55)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Thu, 16 Dec 1993 18:13:34 EST
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0353. Thursday, 16 Dec 1993.
Date: Sat, 11 Dec 1993 06:02:03 -0600 (CST)
From: Eric Johnson <email@example.com>
Subject: _TEXT Technology_
Announcement for readers of _TEXT Technology_
Please read and pass on to friends and to other electronic lists.
Due to the unanticipated level of its success, the journal TEXT
Technology will be substantially expanded. Starting, with Volume 4
(the 1994 calendar year), each issue will contain more articles and
reviews -- many of them presenting subjects in greater depth. The
journal will be published quarterly, and the Editorial Board will be
expanded. The format will also change to 7-by-9-inch pages with
The full title of the publication will now more completely
describe its contents:
The Journal of Computer Text Processing
TEXT Technology will continue to publish articles and reviews
about all facets of using computers for the creation, processing,
communication, and analysis of texts. It is designed for academic and
corporate researchers, writers, editors, and teachers. The quarterly
journal contains timely reviews of books and software, discussions of
applications for the analysis of literary works and other texts,
bibliographic citations, and much more.
Recent issues of TEXT Technology have contained articles about
the ideal computing lab for composition classes, counting the amount
of quotation in novels, programming in Icon, converting documents from
Macintosh to PC formats, as well as reviews of books about Internet
and reviews of new versions of WordPerfect, AmiPro, and OS/2.
Submissions of articles are welcome. They should be sent to the
Editor as ASCII files via email to JohnsonE@columbia.dsu.edu. Writers
of book or software reviews are encouraged to contact the Editor
before submitting reviews. Authors will normally receive notices of
acceptance and referees' comments promptly via email.
New yearly subscription rates are in effect immediately:
in the U.S., Individuals: $45.00; Institutions: $72.00. Canadian
orders add $7.00; all other nations add $15.00 (all prices U.S.
To subscribe using a MasterCard or Visa credit card, send name
and address, card number and expiration date via email to
To subscribe by regular mail, send credit card information,
check, or institutional purchase order to TEXT Technology, 114 Beadle
Hall, Dakota State University, SD 57042-1799 USA.