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Re: [Aroid-l] Sign up to get - what? (the vine and the seed?)

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Sign up to get - what? (the vine and the seed?)
  • From: Albert M Huntington amh@ieee.org
  • Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 08:40:43 -0800 (PST)


  Society members may view the latest newsletter here:


  The username and password are in your latest print edition of
the newsletter, and this is what we're contemplating publishing -
basically the same as the print version, but in color.

  What you're signing up for is to be e-mailed when the next (
and future ) editions are posted.

  We are painfully aware that there are some members who are not
online, as well as various institutions for which the online
version is not a viable option.  We're trying to get a list of
e-mail addresses of people who would like to try out the
electronic version, and an idea of whether it's only 5% of the
membership who are not online/want paper, or 55%.


--- Peter Matthews <pjm@gol.com> wrote:

> Dear All.
> It seems to me that we cannot really judge what is good or
> better or best
> until we actually see the first few issues of the online
> version.
> I would recommend a hybrid system:
> Online frequently, and an annual print edition with highlights
> from the
> year online.
> If the internet is vegetative, or a vine, then maybe the
> printed issue is
> a seed.
> We need both kinds of propagation!
> Cheers, Peter
> ******
> On 29/3/2006, "Albert M Huntington" <amh@ieee.org> wrote:
> >Folks ( and members of the IAS in particular ),
> >
> >  As we've been working on getting an electronic version of
> the
> >IAS newsletter going, it's become apparent that an e-mail with
> >a summary and a link to the new newsletter needs to be an
> >important part of our distribution system.
> >
> >  If you'd like to get notified of the availabilty of the next
> >newsletter ( online and in full color! ) before it arrives in
> >your mailbox, head on over to the following web address and
> >sign up:
> >
> >http://www.aroid.org/access/nlprefs.html
> >
> >  Alternatively, if you don't like the idea of an electronic
> >newsletter, you can go to the same place and register your
> >disapproval.  The IAS Board is talking about the possibility
> of
> >going all-electronic with the newsletter at some point, but we
> >need input as to whether the membership thinks it's a good
> >idea, and this web form is the place to give that input.
> >
> >--Albert
> >
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