From the Editor
Written by Larry Salomon Jr.
Administriviahis month has been another hectic one. After a couple of months, when releasing a new issue meant around the 10th or so, I decided to get this one out on time.
You can see how well I did.
At least one good thing has happened this past month: we now have cable here at our house, so my wife watches the Chinese channel (she's from the mainland) instead of griping about how much time I spend on the computer.
Seriously, there is a lot of stuff in this issue. The Questions and Answers is teeming with goodies for you to snatch up, and there is Part 2 of the Sprites series as well as how to Interpret and Decompile resources from EXE and DLL files. Great stuff!
In the quest to make EDM/2 easier to concatenate, Carsten suggested adding a header to the beginning of each article and column, to show the title of the article or column you are reading. This inspired me to also add a footer at the bottom of each section with the article/column/panel name, the date, and the volume and issue number. These have been done this issue; contact us to let us know what you think about them.
While I'm talking about him, let me publicly acknowledge the work above-and-beyond the call of duty that Carsten has put into each issue. The quality, in my not-so-humble opinion, has gone up considerably since he started catching my mistakes and those of the authors. Thanks a lot for your hard work!
PC Expo is just around the corner. If you plan to be in New York City, I'm interested in meeting you. Send me email. Speaking of which, become more than a Team OS/2 member; become more than an OS/2 Evangelist; become an EDM/2 Promoter. If you go to a SIG that either has OS/2 as its reason for existence, or is multi-platform oriented with development being the primary focus, let me know; for the IBM PSP Conference, I drew some fliers that I handed out throughout the week that I was there, and I can easily send you a PostScript version of the flyer so that you can tell everyone about EDM/2 at your next gathering.