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Your NEW and IMPROVED AOAS Website is now two-years-old. How are we doing?

Great! Best website around, bar-none! 15 (78.95%)
  
It's a VERY good site, but I'm leaving this comment. 1 (5.26%)
  
It's a good website, but I want to see more. 2 (10.53%)
  
It could be better. 1 (5.26%)
  
What a dog. Ought to be shot. 0 (0.00%)
  
19 votes | 4 comments
Your NEW and IMPROVED AOAS Website is now two-years-old. How are we doing? | 4 comments | Create New Account
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Your NEW and IMPROVED AOAS Website is now two-years-old. How are we doing?
Authored by: bobmoody onThursday, June 23 2005 @ 08:18 am EDT
FYI - This website was unleashed on the public on June 18-19, 2003. Since then we've tried very hard to make it something that all AOAS members can be proud of, and something that anyone with even a passing interest in astronomy can learn even just a little bit from. I think we've succeeded in many ways, but this is, after all, still a work in progress.

As I posted this poll question (with my obviously biased vote) we had 340,068 "events" to the system. That's impressive considering that our first website had only about 3,300 "hits" in it's over 2 1/2 years of activity. That's more than a 1000% increase and why wouldn't we be proud of that?

Vote your conscience, and then leave us a comment. We still intend to keep making improvements to your AOAS site, and your suggestions and your comments, good OR bad, will help us do just that.

C'mon....tell us what 'ya think..........
Your NEW and IMPROVED AOAS Website is now two-years-old. How are we doing?
Authored by: R Parks onThursday, June 23 2005 @ 02:11 pm EDT
I think that the web site is great! Keep up the good work!

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R Parks
Alma, AR
USA

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