Letter From Headqutersar Continuing to improve Communi Cation within the So Ciety n the June issue of BAMS, I wrote about how AMs cally pushed to the AMs Facebook page, making that President Peggy LeMone had chosen communica- an especially effective way to follow the blog posts I tion as the broad overarching theme of the 2011 in addition to other AMs news. You can also follow Annual Meeting, which will be held in s eattle this AMs news through t witter (twitter.com/ametsoc). coming January. t his meeting continues to be shap- t he AMs home page has direct links to all of these ing into one that will be simply extraordinary, with new outlets. a great cluster of scientific conferences covering the While “t he Front Page” and the AMs Facebook latest research results across many segments of our page allow comments on the stories and other pieces community, and with the communications theme posted there, they still represent more of a “push” of woven through the progr am in ver y innovative information than a true social site for the AMs com- ways. t his month I want to address another aspect munity. We are indebted to
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