PTR Editors

ParisTech Review celebrates its first anniversary

on March 30, 2011, 0 comment

Dear readers,

ParisTech Review has been online for a year.

We have an increasing number of readers and we would like to thank you for your interest. At this time, nearly 20,000 people subscribe to ParisTech Review through our monthly newsletter, smartphone applications (iPhone, Android, WP7), RSS feed, or the social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn). In a few months, you will also be able to read our articles on your iPad or Kindle. In sum, ParisTech Review will be available on all your favorite reading devices.

ParisTech Review is mainly dedicated to analyzing the impact of technological innovations on the economy, business, society, and individuals, as well as major developments affecting demography, the climate, and natural resources. In recent months, we have addressed in particular the topics of energy (solar, nuclear, renewable, etc.), the impact of the Internet (on information, various sectors, management, etc.), crises, and speculative bubbles that mark the economy and society. We have also examined, among other things, education, agricultural issues, and climate change. We have sought to produce feature articles that are relevant over time thanks to our quality writers and editors including academics and researchers, business leaders, and journalists. In the coming months, we will offer you more new articles.

To further improve our articles and attract more readers, we need your help. We welcome your ideas and feedback on the content of the publication, usability of the Web site or its applications, and anything else. You can leave your comments at the bottom of this page or send us a private message.

We thank you for your support and look forward to hearing from you soon.

The editors