Well, we moved and didn't bother to tell you about it - that is until now. On December 21, 1999 we relaunched our Web site. You can find us at our new home by visiting www.industryclick.com and clicking on the "Electrical" link. From there, click on the EC&M logo, and our new home page will appear. So why did we move? Or more importantly, what's in it for you? The new site initially offers the same great content you find in the printed magazine. And our archives reach as far back as February 1995. If you're looking for articles on a specific topic, just enter a keyword in the search field and you'll find everything we've published on the subject.

Another exciting feature is our online buyer's guide - the industry's most comprehensive product and service reference source (listing more than 2400 companies). You can search for everything from annunciators to wiring devices with just a few keystrokes. You can even renew your subscription online and save the hassle of mailing in that form we always send you in the mail.

But this is just the beginning. With the support of our parent company, PRIMEDIA, we'll soon be able to offer you a host of features, such as late-breaking news stories, special product reviews, links to key associations and distributors, and an industry calendar of shows and events. Although these features will help keep you abreast of the latest trends and technologies in the industry, what excites me most about our new site is the opportunity to work with our sister company, PRIMEDIA Workplace Learning (PWL). PWL provides industry-specific education and training to dozens of industries worldwide. How does this affect you? With the help of PWL, EC&M will be able to implement high-quality interactive training sessions and videoconferencing - live via the Internet or on CD-ROM. Just imagine sitting at your computer and learning how to re-program a variable-speed drive rather than sitting in a two-day training class in a city 200 miles away. Or picture yourself getting immediate answers to your most pressing NEC questions in seconds through a virtual Code expert chat room. How can you not get excited when you consider the influence these multimedia technologies will have on our industry? With this in mind, bookmark www.industryclick.com to your favorites and visit us on a regular basis. If you don't, you're going to miss something special.