netWorker is a quarterly magazine written by and for the leaders in network technology -- practitioners, developers and their business partners. Articles submitted for consideration should take into account two major ideas:
Feature articles generally run between 2,500 and 4,000 words. They should either point out a previously overlooked aspect of networking (e.g. thin-client networking moves from the box to the network; e-commerce is more appropriate for business-to-business applications, etc.) or chronicle new developments in an existing field (new VPN technology, hand-helds with truly usable Web browsers, etc.).
Articles must be submitted in electronic format, preferably by e-mail. MS Word files are the easiest for us to handle, but plain text files are acceptable. We discourage the submission of HTML files if the codes have not been stripped out, LaTeX files, and other specialized formats.
Writers should also submit artwork and/or figures to accompany their stories. Figures should be clearly labeled, with keyed captions grouped at the end of the file. Artwork and/or figures can be sent via disk, e-mailed (Zipped files are acceptable), or placed on an FTP site for download. The TIFF and EPS graphics formats are preferred, but JPEG files are acceptable. For all formats, minimum resolution should be 300 dpi; image size should be at least 4 inches by 6 inches.
The deadline for article submissions is as follows:
Executive Editor, netWorker
2 Penn Plaza, Suite 701
New York, NY 10036