The Puget Sound Chapter of AEG now has a Facebook page! AEG Puget Sound Chapter page You can use Facebook to keep up with all the latest events, keep in touch with colleagues, view and share photos?
For those of you not familiar with Facebook, it is a social media website used to connect people, and share information, pictures, and events. It is a great way to stay in touch with friends and colleagues and utilizes networks of relationships, similar to sites like LinkedIn.com. While you’re at it, make sure to check out the AEG LinkedIn page!
Are you already a member of Facebook? Great! Not yet a member? No problem! Sign up for an account at facebook.com. Once logged in, visit the AEG Puget Sound Chapter page and simply click the “Like” button near the top of the screen. While you're at it, make sure to also check out the AEG National Facebook Page! After that, you’ll see a stream of updates from all your connections - so keep an eye out for all the wonderful stuff yet to come from the AEG Puget Sound Chapter!
Justin Vetter has nicely set up our Puget Sound Chapter Facebook page. Justin is the Communications & Technology Chair for the Puget Sound Chapter. Please contact Justin with any questions regarding access to Facebook (firstname.lastname@example.org). Alternatively you can get Facebook instruction at: http://www.squidoo.com/facebookmadesimple It's a third-party site but it does a good job explaining how Facebook works.
Fred Becker and Justin Vetter have also started to make improvements to our Puget Sound Chapter website (http://www.aegwashington.org). Expect great improvements to our website site over the next year.
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