Report Card: Special Announcements for 2008 -

Report Card: Special Announcements for 2008

Special End of the Year Announcements from Editor Ed Sunkin

Final 2008 Issue:

 

This is our final issue for 2008. Our next printed issue will be February, 2009.

In the meantime, feel free to use our website — www.tomorrowstechnician.com — to get the latest news updates, special reports, videos, photos and other technical information that’s geared toward the industry’s future technicians and their instructors.

If you have a comment or question, feel free to e-mail us at [email protected].

 

• Tomorrow’s Technician Now on Facebook
To reach more  of our industry’s talented future members, Tomorrow’s Technician (TT) magazine has created a Facebook page for  professional technicians, student  technicians, industry experts and consumers to learn more  about TT’s exceptional editorial and special offers from our advertisers.

Our Facebook also provides a place for our readers, professionals and  consumers to interact and learn from each  other. To find the page, simply search for “Tomorrow’s Technician” on www.facebook.com. In addition, by signing up to become a fan on Facebook, you can receive a special  2009 planner.

“We created our Facebook page to  provide an open forum for our student and instructor readers to reach each  other, and other professionals in the automotive industry,” said Beth Skove, publisher of Tomorrow’s Technician.

“In print, we can only reach  50,000 student technicians and automotive instructors. By creating  a Facebook page, we can allow the whole world to interact with tomorrow’s technicians.”

“We feel the Facebook concept is a great complement to our recently redesigned  website —  www.tomorrowstechnician.com — which contains all of  our technical editorial, as well as blogs, downloadable photos and videos  and an entire TT community,” said  Ed Sunkin, editor of TT. “We  encourage Tomorrow’s Technician fans to go to both our  website AND our Facebook page to learn more about this great  industry.”
 

• The Digital edition of the November 2008 issue of Tomorrow’s Technician is ready for you to view.
 No special software is required, but a high-speed internet connection is very helpful.
 
You can also go to the magazine directly at this address:
http://www.bluetoad.com/publication?i=8609
 
Some of the benefits of the digital version are:
• Built-in Hyperlinks to Advertiser Web Sites
• Download or Print Articles easily
• Fully Searchable Text
• Share with others via email
• Immediate and Widespread distribution possible
• Go Green – no wasted paper!
• Never run out of copies!
 
Feel free to share you insights about this digital magazine experience with us. 
We are curious to know how you and your school have utilized it. 
Any comments – positive or negative – are appreciated. 

 

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