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PennWell Corporation, a diversified global media and information company, has named veteran chief
editor Barbara G. Goode to the position of Editor-in-Chief of Small Times magazine, effective February 5.
For nearly ten years, Goode served as Editor-in-Chief of the highly
respected, highly technical Sensors magazine, overseeing and directing the
editorial and design efforts both in print and online. She was instrumental
in the development of Sensors' website, directories, e-newsletters and most
recently, the daily blog. Goode also served as editorial director for
Sensors China. In past years, she served as conference director for Sensors
Expo, the industry's leading trade event.
Goode will parlay her MEMS and nano expertise into the continued drive
of Small Times to be the leading global source for driving superior
innovation and successful commercialization of micro and nano technologies
through the delivery of critical information and analysis.
"I look forward to helping readers understand the implications of
developments in the small-tech space so they will know how to make good
business decisions," said Goode. "There's no lack of information and hype
about small tech. My goal is to help readers synthesize that data and to
make it accessible, practical, and useful for day-to-day planning and
"Small Times readers will benefit significantly from Barbara's
editorial experience, industry relationships and her passion for delivering
quality information. Our ability to cover the manufacturing issues and the
rapidly growing tools and equipment markets will be greatly enhanced," said
Patti Glaza, Publisher of Small Times magazine.
The Small Times international franchise consists of comprehensive,
integrated print and online media, including: interactive Webcasts,
technical White Papers, a proven, highly successful E-Newsletter, the Small
Times Small Tech Business Directory reference tool of equipment and service
providers, and NanoCon International, a leading industry tradeshow.
"PennWell is committed to the nanotechnology market," said Christine
Shaw, Senior Vice President, PennWell. "The value that Small Times brings
to this market, along with our growing NanoCon International event, will
continue to set the pace within this rapidly growing industry. As
commercialization of products and technologies accelerates, we are the
media that will feature these companies and their products and
About Small Times
Small Times magazine is a business publication covering the
fast-emerging nanotechnology, MEMS, and microsystems markets. Founded in
2001, it is the leading source of news and analysis about micro and
nanotechnology, detailing technological advances, applications, and
investment opportunities to help business leaders stay informed and make
critical decisions. http://www.SmallTimes.com .
About PennWell Corporation
PennWell Corporation is a diversified business-to-business media and
information company that provides quality content and integrated marketing
solutions for the following global industries: Oil and gas, electric power,
water, electronics, semiconductor, contamination control, optoelectronics,
fiber optics, information technology, fire, emergency services and dental.
Founded in 1910, PennWell publishes 75 print and online magazines and
newsletters, conducts 60 conferences and exhibitions on six continents.
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