Bulletin magazine goes all-digital in 2009

By | December 31, 2008

Beginning in January 2009, Bulletin subscribers began receiving the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists magazine in its new digital format only. To save on the steeply rising costs of paper and postage, the Bulletin announced in late 2008 that it would no longer produce a print edition of the magazine.

Beginning in January 2009, Bulletin subscribers began receiving the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists magazine in its new digital format only. To save on the steeply rising costs of paper and postage, the Bulletin announced in late 2008 that it would no longer produce a print edition of the magazine.

Through individual Bulletin accounts, subscribers are able to book mark articles, set up news alerts, browse by subject and author, and more. As of January 2009, subscribers also had full, searchable access to the past 10 years of Bulletin articles and source documents.

Instructions were sent to subscribers in December 2008 about setting up accounts. For questions about this transition, please contact us at [email protected].


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