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We have several magazines available for you to browse through if you are interested in telecommuting, information technology, mobile computing, working from home, and many other topics. Please contact us if you know of other titles that would be of interest to our visitors.

A title that may be of interest to you is:
Telecommuting Pluses & Pitfalls (HR Executive Special Reports)
Business@Home is an online magazine that covers a variety of work-at-home topics, trends, and resources.

CIO Magazine, (for Chief Information Officers), is a leading resource for businesspeople interested in the strategic application of information technology.

Electronic House deals with issues, trends and projects in the home automation field.

Fast Company serves as a "handbook for the business revolution."

Home Business Magazine Online features articles, business tools, network contacts, business opportunities, news, community, classifieds and other resources for the telecommuter, home-based business owner and home office worker.

Home Office Magazine, published by Entrepreneur magazine, is intended primarily for self-employed homebased business owners.

Inc. and Inc. Technology are the premiere U.S. publications for entrepreneurship, including hands-on advice, case studies, and news items. Extensive technology coverage is included on the site.

Metropolis covers "architecture, design, and a changing world."

Telecommuter Magazine Online, from Bassett Internet Services, is described as providing information for both employers and telecommuters.

Telespan from TeleSpan Publishing is Elliot Gold's "Bulletin on Teleconferencing." It provides up-to-the-minute coverage of the teleconferencing and videoconferencing industries.

WIRED magazine describes itself as "the journal of record for the future," and has extensive and sometimes offbeat coverage of a wide range of technology issues.
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