SunWorld Online

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Sun World Online

Date: Mon, 10 Jul 1995 18:59:48 GMT
From: owner-newjour@ccat.sas.upenn.edu
Subject: Sun World Online

Date: Mon, 10 Jul 1995 12:45:19 -0400 (EDT)
From: Directory of E-Journals <edirect@a.cni.org>
Subject: Sun World Online

http://www.sun.com:80/sunworldonline/

Responsible for SunWorld Online are the editors who brought you SunWorld
and Advanced Systems magazines. Like a paper magazine, SunWorld Online
includes news, new products, columns, features, letters to the editor,
reviews, and advertisements.

Note that SunWorld Online is a magazine for Sun users with independent
editorial content, not an on-line multimedia brochure where substance is
subordinate to style. Sun Microsystems has been kind enough to host us
at its site. However, this is not a Sun Microsystems publication and
IDG remains entirely responsible for its contents.

Here are a few navigational tips to help you read our magazine:

If you like SunWorld Online, please complete our subscriber form. We'll
send you an alert of each new issue along with our table of contents
each month, plus notices of latebreaking stories. If you want to add
SunWorld Online as a hotlink, use this address:
http://www.sun.com/sunworldonline/ We keep SunWorld Online's current
table of contents in this directory.

We place an abstract at the top of each column and feature so you can
decide at a glance if a story suits your needs.

You might prefer to read longer stories on paper, so we've made our
sidebars and figures hyperlinked like you'd expect, and added them to
the bottoms of the main stories so you can print everthing with one
command.

Many readers will want to browse SunWorld Online like a paper magazine;
one story after another. At the top and bottom of each page is a button
that says, "Next story," this refers to the next story listed in the
table of contents.

Here's how we've organized SunWorld Online:

News
We emphasize news about products and events, and include analysis and
perspective to help you understand what the news means to the Sun
community.

New Products
Keep up with the latest products that work with SPARC and Solaris. Updated
weekly with the newest products appearing first. We'll make it searchable,
too.

Features
For help in understanding the technology behind today's Unix-based,
client/server world, look no further than SunWorld Online's Features.
Our newest feature compares two high-end configuration management tools.

Columns
Our News department tells you what's hot, our New Products section tells
you what's new, and our Features department tells you what's
important. How does one apply what's learned? Turn to our Columns
section.
We've got top-notch pros in the field covering security, system
administration, client/server computing, PC connectivity, software
development, and running Unix systems as heavy-duty enterprise servers. For
your personal career development, a recruiter answers reader questions
about careers in Unix.

Services
Includes sunWHERE?, our monthly reader survey, our free e-mail
notification service, this page, and our staff list.

editors@sunworld.com

Original posting date: 
Sunday, July 30, 1995
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