...joining the dots in the Internet industry...
dotmagazine is an e-magazine on Internet industry topics, showcasing the wealth of experience and knowledge of eco – Association of the Internet Industry and its members and partners across the entire bandwidth of the Internet industry. For information on contributing and forthcoming topics, please see our current editorial calendar.
Topics range from the fundamental infrastructure on which the Internet depends, to the technical and socio-political environments in which the Internet is used, and through to the innumerable business cases and innovations made possible through the ever-advancing development of Internet connectivity.
dotmagazine is usually published monthly as an e-magazine at dotmagazine.online, and as a newsletter. Subscribe to the newsletter here: international.eco.de/newsletter.html.
Overall responsibility for editorial for the purpose of § 55 of the German Interstate Broadcasting Treaty (Rundfunkstaatsvertrages/RStV):
Harald A. Summa, CEO, eco – Association of the Internet Industry
Contributions to dotmagazine
Specialist contributions are welcome from members of the eco Association on topics related to the upcoming calls. Contributions may take the form of:
- Text interviews
- Audio interviews
- Scientific papers or white papers
- Position statements
- Explanatory or documentary-style video
- Articles offering advice or tips & tricks
- Other (not advertising messages)
Length of contributions, other requirements and conditions for contributors can be found here: Guidelines for Contributors.
The dotmagazine editorial team can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our standing call for contributions that explain aspects of digital transformation in a style accessible for business decision-makers is here: dot-business.
Our standing call for contributions about cooperative projects and initiatives for the Internet industry that help make the Internet a more secure, more robust, more widely available, more ethical, and safer place to be is here: dot-community.