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[Aroid-l] IAS Newsletter 28-02 is at the printers

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] IAS Newsletter 28-02 is at the printers
  • From: Albert M Huntington amh@ieee.org
  • Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 08:32:05 -0700 (PDT)

Folks,

  Just a note to say that the IAS newsletter 28-02 is currently at the printers and should be in your hands soon.  I think that the articles in this edition are something special - the exciting conclusion of Tom's 2005 Ecuador journal is in there, plus a report from Peter Boyce in Sarwak.  The electronic edition once again has the pictures ( and boy are there a lot of pictures this time ) in full-color.

  Those of you that signed up for e-mail delivery and are current paid members should have an e-mail in your inbox.  If you think you signed up and you did not get your issue, it may have been rejected as spam - you might want to check your spam folder.

  If you think there's a problem, you can either re-sign up at http://www.aroid.org/access/nlprefs.html or e-mail me privately ( huntington@aroid.org works well ).

  Whether or not you've signed up for e-mail delivery, members may always access the latest edition of the newsletter and the archives at http://www.aroid.org/ in the password protected members section.  Look at the top of the any inside page from the last newsletter ( Feb edition ) for the login and password.

  Lastly, it is never too late for members to sign up to get e-mail delivery of the newsletter - just go to http://www.aroid.org/access/nlprefs.html and fill out the form.

--Albert

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