What's the concept?
The Infinite Matrix was a webzine featuring new science fiction by major writers, reviews by respected critics, and essays by original thinkers. It was kind of monthly, kind of weekly, and kind of daily. It was published from August, 2001 to January, 2006. It revived temporarily in April 2006 for a single issue, due to zombie activity that may have been caused by the publisher's penchant for fugu sashimi.
Eileen Gunn, editor & publisher
Victoria Garcia, associate editor
Karen Fisher, webgoddess
Nisi Shawl, publicity
Blunt Jackson, Team Waldrop coder and copy editor
Mary Kay Kare, Team Waldrop typist
Jack William Bell, technical assistance
Anita Rowland, technical assistance
Lilian Edwards, technical assistance and hortatory cheerleading
Bill Humphries, technical assistance
and many more who should not go unacknowledged, but have so far. Thank you all very much!
That's a pretty big question. Why anything?
Craig Engler wrote a cool article for Wired News that explains the original story:
Can sci-fi sell high tech? Check it out. Our own editorials relate the ongoing soap opera, which is part Cinderella, part Horatio Alger.
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