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Announcing the new online store.
I sent this message the other day. Someone just pointed out that I had a
typo in the URL. I have corrected it in this one.
The American Killifish Association is pleased to announce the opening of
their new Online Store, which ......... blah, blah.
Ok folks, I know I have been reading too many announcements on lists from
vendors trying to hawk their wares.
Seriously, I have been promising myself for some time to revamp the AKA's
online store. It is now open with links from the home page
(http://www.aka.org/) (corrected version) and from the appropriate pages on
the AKA site. Thanks to the BOT for supporting the development of this new
The new store includes the ability to join the AKA (ie. membership apps),
buy publications, and register for the convention. This is a database
driven solution, which will make maintenance much easier. Each year, for
example, I can just edit the various offerings for the convention in the
database, and lo!
The need to provide online registration for Convention 2000 was a major
driving force in getting this done, so I have to thank those @#&#*@*&
people at SKS for giving me a really challenging set of "goods" to offer. A
printable PDF file will also be available for those people who don't want
to register online. I recommend you use the link from Online Registration
for Convention 2000 is now available, as it will take you to a useful
explanation of the options available.
In other words, Online Registration for Convention 2000 is now available.
Get 'em while they're hot. This is a convention NOT to miss.
Barry J. Cooper, Prof., Dept. Biomedical Sciences, Cornell University
Current address: 27505 Riggs Hill Rd.
Sweet Home, OR 97386 (bjc3 at cornell_edu)
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