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Dinosauricon Relocation: Stage I

(Anyone on my mailing list -- you already know about this)

The Dinosauricon has gotten its own URL! A newer version of the site can
be found there. Go to: 


New features include search forms (time & place, keyword, and author), a
page of paleo-maps, fancier presentation of artwork, and a few other odds
and ends.

I know about a couple of problems (button for the search page is missing
on the main page, opening splash image missing, author search doesn't
handle names with weird characters), but don't hesitate to tell me if you
find others. 

The reason I am not releasing this URL to *everyone* (the search engines,
newsgroups, links from my own page, etc.) is because it's running on a
really old computer (386) and I want to see if it can handle a lower
amount of traffic before I finalize the relocation. I've already told the
people on my mailing list; there have been no complaints about the
server's speed so far, so ... we'll see. 

Please inform me of any problems!

--T. Mike Keesey                                   <tkeese1@gl.umbc.edu>
THE DINOSAURICON                http://www.gl.umbc.edu/~tkeese1/dinosaur

or should I say...
THE DINOSAURICON                                http://dinosaur.umbc.edu