Boxes and Arrows debuts
March 12, 2002
Many months ago Christina Wodtke approached me with the dream of having an online magazine for people like us—whatever you want to call "us."

A magazine that went beyond the basics and tackled thorny issues, but wasn't drowned in academic/professional jargon. A magazine that would help tear down the fences we've so hastily built around our disciplines. A magazine that would make us all a bit smarter.

I'm happy to let you know that dream is now a reality. http://www.boxesandarrows.com

We hope you enjoy it. We hope it makes you think. We hope you take part.

(BTW, launching a magazine takes a tremendous amount of work, needless to say. Now that Boxes and Arrows is up, I'm hoping to resume Thumbnails on regular basis.) ::

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