To Our Readers, Sep. 4, 1995

As anyone who has ever switched computer systems can tell you, there are always a few bumps on the road to greater productivity. At TIME we rely on the crackerjack efforts of our technical-support group--fondly called techies--led by Maureen Kelly, Ken Baierlein and Susanna Schrobsdorff, to smooth out those rough patches. For the past year and a half, we have been converting all our news and editorial offices from a piecemeal conglomeration of scattered PCs and several mainframe computers to a fully integrated, Macintosh-based publishing network. Now writers can see on their own computer screens the photographs that will accompany the...

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