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Publication Date: 09/1/2011
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2012 Is Here Now
Jacob Fattal, Publisher
As we head into the September and October trade shows, once again U.S. Tech has drawn up its editorial schedule for the following year. And we have a new media kit to go along with it. The editorial schedule appears as always on our calendar page (page 96) in our print edition. But it's also available in our new Media Kit on our web site,

One of the uncertainties next year is just what's going to happen to IPC Midwest. It's almost a year since UBM has purchased Canon and they have now moved the September AATE to June, leaving the rest of September in limbo. Unfortunately, June is not usually a nice time to be in Chicago.

Our new media kit also contains more information about our digital edition — a service that we introduced last January. And it's totally Apple compatible, whether you have an I-PAD or an I-Phone, we offer a free download of the app to see this version of U.S. Tech.

Yes, we are a hi tech publication, and to prove it, you can follow us at or Twitter@USTechGlobal. Our Facebook page carries news that you may not find anywhere else.

And the world keeps changing. The days of our September shows at the Stephens Center are now gone. We will miss the Oompah band in the lobby, which has actually been gone for several years, and certainly that wonderful reception called "A Taste of Rosemont" where dozens of area restaurants offered samples of their finest cuisine. It's somehow hard to envision something called "A Taste of McCormick", but they may just come up with something. Downtown Chicago does have some really great restaurants.  

 1) Josh

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