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  • Introducing Biomechanics World Wide

    I recently posted a question to the list about the concept for a WWW home
    page for biomechanics. I would like to thank all of those who replied and
    who I did not get back to personally. The responses were without exception
    positive. Therefore, I spent the past weekend building a basic home page
    for biomechanics. Although it is still modest, I think that it will give
    you an idea of the possibilities for such a site. Information and pointers
    to other relevant sites on the internet were provided by many of the
    persons who responded to the original query. To these people a special
    thank you for making it already an good home page for biomechanists
    and other interested persons. There is probably enough information to
    keep you busy for many hours already. So welcome to Biomechanics World Wide.

    The site can be found at: http://gpu.srv.ualberta.ca/~pbaudin/biomch1.htm

    As with any WWW site it is best viewed with a graphically based client
    but other text based programs capable of reading html files should work.
    If you cannot get on line to the site please check with your local
    computer technician. I could not possibly answer all of your questions
    about using WWW.

    After having a look please feel free to send me your comments. Also,
    this project will progress more quickly and be more complete with more
    persons working on it. If you would like to help out on this project
    that would be great. Just let me know and I'm sure you can become
    involved. I would also encourage all of you who have the hardware and
    supporting software to develop a home page for yourself or your lab. I
    would like to consider this project as a group effort of the world's
    biomechanics community.

    Many thanks for your help and support,
    Pierre

    J. Pierre Baudin, Ph.D.
    Sports Biomechanics Lab
    University of Alberta, Canada
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