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    Alfred Zommers
    Department of Human Movement, Recreation and Performance
    Victoria University
    PO Box 14428 MCMC, Melbourne, Victoria 8001, Australia

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    We're ready to go public with a site devoted to sport science, but first we'd
    like a few volunteers to give the site a thorough test. We need people to
    click on the links, download some of the documents, view slides, print
    lecture notes, and import references into Endnote or similar. It might take
    you half an hour or so to do the job well.

    There's heaps of interesting pages at the site. If you can help out,
    you'll be amongst the first to see...

    NEWS. A monthly magazine. The first month's features include an article
    about EPO by Steve Seiler, a report on a nutrition conference by Louise
    Burke, Ken Daley's Moving Together newsletter, Frank Katch's look back at a
    famous exercise scientist, and more.

    FORUM. Recent Sportscience mail list messages, plus easy ways to do
    searches for previous messages, send a new message, subscribe or

    JOURNAL. A trial format for an electronic journal devoted to sport
    science, including general guidelines on style and specific guidelines for
    writing reviews.

    RESEARCH RESOURCES. Things for researchers and research students, starting
    with How To Give Talks: lecture notes, slides, and a bit of humour on this
    useful topic.

    TRAINING & TECHNOLOGY. Peer-reviewed reviews mainly for athletes and coaches.
    We kick off with a look at Strength Shoes.

    NET LINKS. Click to get links to sport and exercise science elsewhere on
    the Net, sorted into easy-to-use categories.

    NET SEARCH. Look no further for the best place to start your search of the
    Net. We explain and provide search forms for Altavista, WhoWhere, and

    OK, how can you help? Email me with the following information:

    Computer (IBM or Mac):
    Model (486, LCIII etc):
    Web browser (Netscape 2, Internet Explorer 3 etc):

    I will then send you the URL (http://...) for the site. When you have tried
    out the site, I expect you to email me with your comments and any bugs you
    have discovered.

    Oh, please note that you've got to have a Web browser that handles frames,
    which means Netscape 2 or preferably Netscape 3. If you try opening our
    site with a browser that can't handle frames, you will be prompted to
    connect to the Netscape site to download the latest version of Netscape.
    Please don't try visiting our site with Internet Explorer 2, because it
    mucks up the spacing on your screen.

    By the way, we're very interested in having more people join the team. We
    need some good researchers for the advisory board, and a few more Web-savvy
    people to help put the site together. You don't need to understand html,
    thanks to Claris HomePage. This is an opportunity to see whether you'd
    like to come aboard in time for the public launch.

    for the Sportscience Website Team: Louise Burke Brian Bucher, Fred Hatfield Alfred Zommers Gloria Balague Randy Huntington Frank Katch Ken Daley David Martin Loren Seagrave Stephen Seiler Will Hopkins Bill Kraemer

    Will G. Hopkins, PhD
    Physiology and Physical Education
    University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
    ph. +64 3 479 7330 fax +64 3 479 7323
    ph. +64 3 476 1191
    Sportscience: http://................
    Be creative - break rules.