June 09, 2006


The blog is now open for new contributors, even if you are not a member of the society.

What will happen, is that you would be able to post over the summer, but then after 1st October, only members the society will be able to post, with no exceptions.

We've done this because we want to get as many different stories/issues onto the blog, but we realise that nobody is going to join the society at this time during the academic year.

So, if you want to post, please email me (scott.harrison "at" warwick.ac.uk <– sorry, just avoiding any spam programs that often trawl through blogs) and supply me with your university IT user name (ie the one with the letters not your ID number) and I'll add you as a contributor.

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