… to the new Association of Missouri Interpreters website.  As you can see, things have changed a little bit.  Everything is still here– but now all the news, articles, etc. will be posted here to the front page, blog-style.  I’ve set up separate pages (look up top) to cover conference news, membership, and so forth. 

The best thing about the new format is that it only takes a browser to post updates, so this no longer has to be a solo act.  I can, for instance, create a user account for the conference committee that allows them to update the conference page on their own.  I’ll also be recruiting contributors to blog on the front page, so we’ll always have fresh content here (if you’re interesting in doing this, let me know). 

If there is anything else you’d like to see the website do, leave a comment for me below.  I’m looking forward to everyone’s suggestions and (hopefully) participation.  Thanks!


  1. I agree, Dakota. I’m liking the new format a lot. I think this will be a great way to keep in touch with members. Well done!

  2. I just wanted to let you know that the in the box for links, it says Missouri Department of Conversation instead of Conservation.

    Shame on Jeremy for not catching that.

    Dakota, otherwise, a great improvement.


  3. Keen eye, Dana! Thanks.

    Someone from the Department of Conversation called me about it, too. You can’t imagine how hard it is to get off the phone with those people…

  4. Dakota, how do I get a username and password to post something? I wanted to pass along some info. about an Audubon camp. Thanks!

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