Sunday, September 30, 2007

Just Say Hello

The Kingston AAUW is experimenting with a blog as website. You'll find this site contains lots of information about events, issues, and people that are important to us.

AAUW is all about exploring and learning, so dialog is important. You can use the 'comments' field to share your thoughts on any post. Try it.

To say hello, just click on the word 'comments' below. You'll get a little screen on which to leave your message. You then have to complete a box recognizing the letters so we know you aren't a robot trolling the internet.
Photo by Natascha2007

10 comments:

  1. Echoing our newsletter editor's invitation to join our branch's bound into the 21st Century. Hope to see all of our members here in this great blog. Cordially, Garnette

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  2. Blog looks great! One question: waht is "RSS reader"? Other folks may not know either.
    Jane

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  3. The Blog seems like a great idea. I'll try to add the info about the Sept. 25th meeting. It will be about the Kodi kids.

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  4. erkahn@insightbb.comJuly 26, 2007 at 11:56 AM

    What a wonderful blog!!!A real opportunity for me to find out what is happening with AAUW. I miss you all. Eunice Kahn

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  5. Way cool! Congrats on getting this up! Are you willing to share the strategy with other AAUW webmanagers??

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  6. Of course I'll share. I'd love to. That's what the web is about -- making information available.

    Time is limited, though, so we need to find an efficient way to share. Any thoughts?

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  7. Would wiki.bbvx.org work? I've put in placeholders for a couple of "how to" pages.

    Mary at careaders.blogspot.org might come up with the questions and maybe you'd have time to answer them.

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  8. Fantastic looking 'pages' and very up-to-date. Are we lucky that you have done this, Ruth.
    Doris Goldberg

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  9. I love our blog! Thanks so much for getting us on the Web with such style and class, Ruth!

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  10. Wonderful job Ruth. It's time we became technologically "withit."

    Liz

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