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If you haven't taken our survey within the past 30 days then within a few
moments a window should pop up offering you the opportunity to
answer a few questions. We appreciate hearing from you.
Some feedback received
- Articles are dated by month, but the year is missing. Thus, I don't know how old the article really is.
All the articles from an issue are stored on the same page. At the top of
that page (where it says "Survey" above), is the title of the page
that gives the volume number, issue number, and the date of publication of the
issue such as "Vol. 11 No. 1 - January 8, 2011." When you do a
search, the links that are listed in the results typically give the title (and
therefore the dates of publication) of the pages containing the search terms.
Unless otherwise specified, all the dates in that issue relate to the prior
month or two.
OCN started publication in the year 2001. Volume 1 was published in 2001, Volume 2
was published in 2002, and so forth. The web addresses for all
web pages containing articles show the volume and issue number in the form
"vYnM" where Y is the volume number, which is number of the year
minus 2000, and M is the issue number, which is the number of the month. As an
example, the web address for the page containing the January 8, 2011 issue is www.ocn.me/v11n1.htm.
- I don't like the new on-line (issuu.com) format. Can't I just
download a PDF like before?
Yes. If you scroll down past the on-line issuu.com image, you will find a
table of contents for the issue and, following that, a paragraph that contains
a link to download the PDF. Here is an example from the January 8, 2011 issue:
PDF file. This is a 23.2 Mbyte high-resolution file
with color photos and will take about 134 minutes
to download using a dial-up modem. To view and print the file, you will need
and install the free Acrobat Reader Program. Click here
for help with PDF downloads.
If you click on the link, the file will be downloaded to your computer
where you can view it or print it using Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader. In
response to this comment, we have added download links on the home page for
all the issues shown on the home page.
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