Computor Companion Now Online Magazine

Press Release: Computor Companion Online


July 2001 – July/August Computor Companion Magazine Online

Print version of Computor Companion magazine no longer distributed locally.

SANDPOINT, Idaho — Logical Expressions Inc., is no longer printing Computor Companion magazine. Citing the expense of printing and distribution costs, the company has decided to switch to a syndication model. However, the magazine still exists and will continue to exist for anyone to read on-line at

Logical Expressions plans to focus on its core business of custom programming, web development, and publication services, but will continue to publish the magazine in electronic form on its regular bimonthly schedule. The July/August issue was posted to the Web site in early July. The web site has links to PDF (portable document format) versions of the magazine, so loyal readers can print out an issue for their own use. The PDF version looks virtually identical to the print magazine readers are accustomed to seeing.

Editor Susan Daffron points out that although the magazine is available for syndication by other publishers, it will no longer be available on local “free racks” or stores as it was in the past. Logical Expressions, Inc. is also no longer selling advertising for it. Publishers or readers who are interested in finding out more about syndication or the magazine itself, can find more details the Computor Companion web site. Readers also will find a link to sign up for a free weekly e-zine called Computor Companion Tips, which has tips and advice to help people their computers more effectively.


About Logical Expressions, Inc.

Logical Expressions, Inc. is a publishing and software development company that specializes in creating business applications for the Web, including database-driven Web sites. Originally formed in California 1994 as Logical Expressions by Susan Daffron and James Byrd, the couple moved themselves, the company and their cats to Idaho in 1996 to escape the smog and freeways of Southern California city life. From their main office in a log home in the middle of a forest in the Idaho Panhandle, the company develops high-end business applications for clients throughout the United States and publishes a free computer magazine called Computor Companion.

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Logical Expressions, Inc.
311 Fox Glen Road
Sandpoint, Idaho 83864
phone: 208-265-6147
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