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Sunday, December 16, 2018

New SLI Website Plan in
Place, Data Entry to Begin

Glynne Schultz, chairperson of the new Communications Committee, met today with the previous publisher of SilverLakeInstitute.org to receive the technical information that has been delaying them from introducing the planned information into the heart of the now-new website. The committee should now be ready to begin inserting the SLI-specific copy onto the web page.

The committee is well qualified to edit and publish the web page under the auspices of the SLI Board of Trustees. Mr. Franklin was asked by the committee to provide the type of technical information that is specific to both the domain name's host (Fatcow) and the host of the website (Blogspot). This will save the committee considerable time. The domain name was already located at Fatcow. Blogspot was chosen as the host for two reasons. (1) Blogspot charges no monthly fees, and (2) Blogspot is designed for simplicity for those with some basic understanding. This is very helpful for a non-profit which operates principally on a volunteer basis.

The new SilverLakeInstitute.org will provide helpful information with regards to names of SLI contact persons and their emails. It will also provide information about basic functions within the Institute such as garbage collection details, program dates, and official announcements. The committee tells the SilverLakeConnection.com Newsletter-Blog that they will not be carrying the same types of news. The Connection, however, will plan to carry official information related to the community from SilverLakeInstitute.org in the Connection's Password-Protected section which is available to residents only.

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