Let's say you had an opportunity to become an Editor-in-Chief of interactions magazine (subtitled "New Visions in Human-Computer Interaction" and a bi-monthly publication of ACM SIGCHI), or that you at least had an opportunity to provide input to the incoming Editor(s)-in-Chief.
How would you change the magazine? Would you change it? What, if anything, is missing? How could it be improved?
I have greatly valued interactions magazine over the years, from the initial issues overseen by Editor-in-Chief John Rheinfrank (the first issue was published in January 1994), through a period of time during which it looks like there might not have been an Editor-in-Chief, through Steven Pemberton's years as Editor-in-Chief, and most recently, while Jonathan Arnowitz and Elizabeth Dykstra-Erikson have been sharing that role.
Indeed, I have quoted and otherwise referenced content from interactions in several of my articles in this blog.
But there are some things about the publication that I think could be improved. Are there some things about interactions that you think could be improved?
Please let me know (riander at well dot com), as I have an opportunity to significantly impact the nature and content of the magazine.
How could interactions magazine become more valuable to you?