Sunday, January 13, 2008

CCLA, New Met League, Web 2.0

It's been a while since the last post, and a lot has happened. Posts have been sparse due to heavy workload in my day job.

New Met League has a new match starting in Idaho! See the New Met League blog for details.

In November 2007 I was elected CCLA Director. This past week Herb Hickman asked me to Chair a Web 2.0 Committee for CCLA to propose, then implement a Web 2.0 presence for CCLA. This is not a technology shift, although technology will be involved. This is a community model paradigm shift. A Web 2.0 presence for CCLA will mean we can engage with members and the public like never before. The focus will be on building stronger community.

More later.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Friday, October 5, 2007

CCLA Approves of New Met League Format & Fees

For details, see Newsletter #2 in the New Met League blog

Sunday, September 23, 2007

New Met League Update - First Two Matches Are Running

Please visit the New Met League blog - it's dedicated to New Met League news and updates. There are links to view the games in progress!

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

New Met League resources - blog is moved

The website is up:
The blog is up:
The email list for news is up. Many of you received a newsletter already.

From this point on, please use the resources above for New Met League. This blog will resume discussion about general chess organization philosophy and the symbiosis between OTB and correspondence chess in cyberspace....

Sunday, August 19, 2007

New Met League Website Up

Details in the (new) New Met League blog

Dedicated Blog for New Met League

We now have a dedicated blog for New Met League. This will complement the New Met League website which will have it's debut tonight.

This blog will remain active, discussing further development of "hybrid" chess - the complement of OTB and correspondence chess.