What are we all about? A home page suggestion.

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27 Oct 2015 13:28#1 by BeoBill
BeoBill created the topic: What are we all about? A home page suggestion.
After visiting this site several times, I noticed something unusual. Even though we proudly announce that we have a new home page, there is NOTHING describing MSI or our mission there. There is really no reason for anyone to join or explore our site based on the Home Page.

We have some excellent printed materials containing a wealth of useful information about our organization. How about if someone in IT authority digitizes and posts some of it there.

"MSI in a Nutshell" would be a great first step, IMO.

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28 Oct 2015 10:18#2 by cypherpunk
cypherpunk replied the topic: Re:What are we all about? A home page suggestion.
I agree. Please contact mxrider to contribute to redesign our home page.

The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily those of MSI, not necessarily mine, and probably not necessary.

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28 Oct 2015 10:30#3 by MXRider
MXRider replied the topic: Re:What are we all about? A home page suggestion.

cypherpunk wrote: I agree. Please contact mxrider to contribute to redesign our home page.


Make that Nikon. I can do some small stuff, but he's the person to redesign the home page.

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