Tomorrow is another day and I will focus on blog posts about the keynote address and sessions I attended. Before finishing today I want to mention, as Rebecca did, the new ALAO web site. Anyone attending the conference got a quick sneak peak at the work in progress. The view in the conference luncheon area did not due justice to the design.
An updated ALAO web site has been in the works for close to two years. Karen Plummer and Frank Bove, ALAO co-webmasters from the University of Akron, have worked wonders with not only the design, but the many elements behind the web site. Within the last three years, ALAO has switched web servers at least three times. The new server will allow ALAO to host a constantly growing web site, newly established ALAO News Blog, the ALAO Newsletter, Interest Group pages, list servs, and membership information. The work these two have done is nothing short of amazing.Comments on the new design are welcome, and additional information regarding the time table set forth for the new design are available on the new designs temporary home @ http://www.alaodev.org.If you have not done so already, check out the ALAO News Blog and register. Any current ALAO member may contribute posts to the blog, but you must register first.
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