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What is an Emagazine?
Ken Sinclair, Editor AutomatedBuildings.com
It is simply an online electronic equivalent of a paper magazine. Our Emagazine called "The Automator" is tailored to keep the Automated Buildings industry informed and entertained.
What is an Emagazine? It is simply an online electronic equivalent of a paper magazine.
Our Emagazine called "The Automator" is tailored to keep the Automated Buildings industry informed and entertained. The Automator is our Bi-Monthly Online Magazine featuring the most up to date Building Automation news available. Here you'll find feature articles, product ads and reviews, interesting columns and interviews as well as press releases announcing the latest technologies available from those companies that are changing the Large Building Automation industry. We hope that we can save you time with the mammoth task of trying to keep current with the rapidly evolving automation industry. A few hours spent each month with the Automator will allow you to understand changes that occurred yesterday that are effecting our industry today. No longer have we the luxury to wait to see the trends unfold in hardcopy by the time they do they are history ... not evolving trends. The Automator will not only keep you informed it will allow you quick linkage to automation partners and maybe even competitors in the industry
Magazines and Emagazine are easy and fun to read and allow us a quick method to educate ourselves about a special interest or to learn subject matter that we need to know for execution of our jobs. The Internet allows specialized information to be assembled and distributed at a lower cost with rapid speed. The cost of the production of paper magazines has limited them to only the mass markets. We hope that you share our special interest of Automated Buildings and enjoy our Emagazine The Automator. Please feel free to contact us an give us direction on how to make your Emag better.
If you'd like to help us make "The Automator" a success please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . We welcome articles from all industry colleagues. If you have an issue that's important then let us know and we'll publish it for you. We can't do this alone so please step forward and be heard.
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