Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
This issue marks a new year for <interactions> and our third year as editors-in-chief for the magazine. Are we serving your needs and interests? Do you find something valuable in each issue? Perhaps something controversial? Are there areas you would like us to explore? Are there topics you'd like to guest edit? Our vision for the magazine is to continually improve it to make it as applied and practical as possible. That happens with your helpwhich happens to be the subject of this issue's special section. Pushing the Envelope columnist Fred Sampson took on the additional role of guest…
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