TUG Buzz!
April 9, 2009


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The Toronto Users Group  
 for Power Systems (TUG) is a user group/forum for the exchange  
 of ideas, and specializes  
 in providing affordable 
  education relating to the  
 IBM iSeries, AS/400,  
 System i, and Power Systems platforms.  

 TUG is in its 24th year of operation.


Welcome to TUG's eNewsletter: "TUG Buzz!"

-- keeping you informed about events relevant to the IBM Power Systems community. You are receiving this message because you are on the mailing list for the TUG magazine and/or the TUG eZine (publications of the Toronto Users Group for Power Systems -- published 6 times per year).  Be sure to add admin@tug.ca and vaughn@tug.ca to your address book so that we don't end up in your spam bucket.



TUG Authors, Sponsors, Directors & Associates! 
We are now working on the MAY 2009 issue of the TUG magazine (V24N5).
And of course, this includes the third edition of TUG's new eZine!   
If you are planning to make a contribution to this issue,
please be aware of the following schedule:  
      • Deadline for regular Articles and Editorials: Week of April 6 – 10 
      • Deadline for Inside Advertising  –  Digital Materials: Wednesday April 15    
      • Drop Dead Deadline for all content: Friday April 17 !! 
      • Previews & Final Proofs:  Monday April 20
      • Printing: Tuesday April 21 
      • Final Deadline for Loose Inserts (Flyers, etc.):  Friday April 24  
      • Mailing:  Wednesday April 29 
          Next TUG Meeting of Members: Tuesday May 20, 2009
          with Special Guest: John de Roos
(from Research in Motion)

Best Regards,
Vaughn Dragland   
Editor, TUG magazine
a publication of Toronto Users Group for Power Systems



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TUG eZine

Did you miss the March issue of the TUG magazine?
It's still on-line...

As you may know, in January we "went digital." We will still mail a limited number of copies of the printed magazine to TUG members and paid subscribers, but the new digital format is FREE Worldwide! Please take a minute to have a look at the second on-line edition, by clicking on the front cover image. You will notice that the flash-enabled interactive features are full of internal and external links, which make it easy to navigate and drill down for more detailed information.  

The "drop-dead" deadline for the May issue is April 17th. If you are interested in contributing an article, or would like to advertise your products or services, drop me a line at vaughn@tug.ca. 

Best Regards,
Vaughn Dragland
Editor, TUG magazine & TUG eZine
Toronto Users Group for Power Systems


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