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    Dear Biomch-L Readers,

    For those of you who have visited the Biomechanics Symposium in the past,
    you may have noticed that the Symposium has been experiencing some problems,
    some of which were fixed when I moved it to a new server. I am pleased to
    announce that the problems seem to have been fixed and the Biomechanics
    Symposium is fully functional.

    There are a couple of new features that you may be interested in checking
    out, including a daily RSS link to news items related to Biomechanics in the
    'World of Biomechanics' forum. As well, members can now add the flag of
    their home country to their profiles and this will appear in all their
    posts. The Biomechanics Symposium continues to support the Mail2Forum
    add-on, so you can post and receive postings via your e-mail programme.

    If you are a current member, or just curious, I invite you to visit the
    Symposium at


    Drew Smith, PhD
    Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics

    Department of Sport & Exercise Science
    University of Auckland, Tamaki Campus East
    Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
    Office: 09 373-7599 x86849 [Int'l: +64 9 373-7599 x86849]
    Fax: 09 373-7043 [Int'l: +64 9 373-7043]
    Mobile: 021 264-9790 [Int'l: +64 21 264-9790]
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