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Two Features: Ideas and Message Board

From: Anthony
Sent on: Saturday, October 2, 2010 11:20 PM
Hi, everyone. :-)

Today, during dinner following today's LitQuake event, I was given an excellent suggestion for the East Bay Book Club.

The web site for this club has two features that are available but have seldom been used: Ideas and Message Board. In an effort to make the club even livelier than it alerady is, I would like to suggest that everyone feel free to take advantage of those two features.

Basically, if you have any suggestions for activities you'd like to see the East Bay Book Club participate in or ways to improve any part of the club, you may post them in the Ideas section.

If would like to discuss anything else, lncluding but not limited to additional books to suggest to others for additional reading (even if no meetup for that book is scheduled) and further comments on books already discussed in a meeting, use the message board. I know the club ultimately brings people face to face, but as long as that purpose continues, then it shouldn't be a problem to add an online component for those who also wish to communicate in that manner.

That's all for now. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns. :-)

Anthony Lee
Organizer, East Bay Book Club

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