Cisco announces it will no longer publishing The Internet Protocol Journal
Jason_Livingood at cable.comcast.com
Sun Nov 17 18:19:21 UTC 2013
While Cisco won¹t solely publish it, I¹d call it too soon to say it is
dead. ;-) Ole (copied) is a pretty resourceful guy and is working on ways
to keep it going. Ping him 1:1 if you would like more info or like to help.
On 11/17/13, 1:09 PM, "Courtney Smith" <courtneysmith at comcast.net> wrote:
>Another one bites the dust. Received the below this AM. Hopefully,
>something similar finds it's way into an electronic format.
>TO OUR READERS
>At this time, Cisco Systems, Inc. has decided not to continue publishing
>The Internet Protocol Journal (IPJ) effective immediately.
>Cisco wishes to thank Ole Jacobsen, the Editor and Publisher of IPJ for
>his tireless and professional efforts to inform the community of the
>Internet, its varied protocols, and its impact upon the world through
>this publication. Cisco also wishes to thank the authors of the published
>articles, and all those who submitted articles. A special note of thanks
>goes to the IPJ Editorial Advisory Board and the article reviewers who
>have helped to maintain the very high standards of journalistic and
>technical quality of IPJ.
>The online version of the Internet Protocol Journal will remain available
>for reference, including all back issues in PDF and HTML format as well
>as the index files. The IPJ website remains at:http://www.cisco.com/ipj
>courtneysmith at comcast.net
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