It's fall housecleaning time here at the reviewer's desk. I've got fifteen items to discuss this month, so you'll notice that the reviews are a bit shorter. I'm also starting a new, semi-regular feature called "From the Horse's Mouth." You'll find it near the end of the column.
I hope you had a good summer. In a few hours I'm off to Colon, Michigan to perform at this year's Abbott's Get-Together. Speaking of conventions, on behalf of Aldo Colombini, Fukai, Joe Givan, Paul Green, and Lupe, I'd like to thank Carey Lauder for his glowing review of the IBM close-up shows (see last month's MAGIC). It makes all the hard work worthwhile.
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