is not the only "Journal" to suffer
the attack of the "designers"
Electronics World has had the same tacky
I was reflecting after posting my comments that perhaps I shouldn't have
mentioned individuals by name, but that it would have been difficult to make my
point without it being obvious anyway as to whom I was referring.
I reflected too on the "demise" experienced by Wireless
World or whatever they called it at the the time.
I'd comment on great minds thinking alike but, of course, am far too modest
Joking apart, it was a sadly similar scenario of a once excellent technical
publication sinking into insignificance with, yet again, some unfortunate
I remember one new editor seeming to take pride in his lack of electronic
knowledge but wanting to encourage what he saw as Wireless World's reputation
for inciting "controversy".
It didn't seem to occur to his limited editorial brain that Wireless World,
as was anyway, didn't encourage controversy but rather didn't discourage the
free exchange of ideas.
As you so rightly point out, WW has sunk to the level of an expensive
Are we to conclude that RadCom is headed in the same direction?