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Lasker declared a quorum at 12:05 PST. The following members were present in the ReadAssist Chatroom:
Dorsett reported $24.00 expense for the ReadAssist mailbox and $0.29 interest income, for a current balance of $1,339.71. Report was accepted.
Lasker stated the two items of note to be
Dorsett is searching for someone to take the position, but experiencing difficulties in getting his email past spam-blockers. He will persevere. Mayerle said that he knows someone who might be willing, and will ask him. Cochran and Mayerle have volunteered as back-up candidates.
Next meeting is scheduled for Saturday, March 19, 2005.
Meeting was adjourned at 12:52 PST.
Minutes submitted by Pam Poggiani.
Greg Donahue, Deann Allen, and Mike Turner have signed it. It should be at Dave Weber’s now. I expect Dave to have it to me this week so I can bring it to Sheva next weekend. I also hope to get Virginia’s autograph before I leave for Sheva on Friday, February 25.
/s/ Janet Dailey
/s/ Janet Dailey
January 22, 2005
When we find a new webmaster, I have the pages to send to heesh ready to go. Except, of course, for the photos of Jimmy, which have been lost in the ether.
Our last set of host difficulties kept us off the web long enough for nearly everyone who had a link to us realize it -- and take our link away. This includes Yahoo's and Google's directories. I will work on getting these back after our site has accomplished its move, and gotten the photos included.
/s/ Pam Poggiani, Website Design
Why does no one mention planning to go to a convention? Or respond when asked? Do any of the board members go to conventions? Other than Janet and I, I mean, because there are large sections of the country -- of the world! -- that we don't travel to, and therefore cannot leave bookmarks to entice readers to the website.
I have given bookmarks to a new neighbor, who works with children who need assistive technology in order to read; she stated that she is always looking for more e-books.
/s/ Pam Poggiani