If you would like to submit an article for consideration that states your perspective on this issue/topic, whether it is pro or con, please send your thoughts to the Editor, Rob Reilly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Articles should range is from 250 words to 1,000 words. Generally speaking, 250 words does seem too brief to make-a-point and support an argument, and 1,000 may seem to be too many words for that purpose in this publication; but 250 or 1,000 words may be appropriate. We expect that the papers will be conversational rather than an empirical. The article should attempt to convenience the readership why they should be interested in a given topic or issue, or, why the readership should not be interested in a given topic or issue.
The Interface is a forum for scholarly commentary on all-sides of various issues that confront our profession from an the academic side and from the industry side.
The deadlines for submission of materials for inclusion are:
1 March for the April issue,
1 July for the August issue, and,
1 October for the November issue.
Submissions should be sent to the Editor: