It’s not all boring meetings and troublemaking. Part of being a non-profit organization in the 21st century is being sure that online communications are effective and up-to-date.

In that regard, we’ve just launched a brand new website that will give us more flexibility, at a lower cost, and we think, with a much better appearance. There’s still a lot of work to do — much of the website will be “under construction” for a while as we find the time to renovate it — but we’re pleased with it so far. We plan to migrate this blog to the website soon, which will make it easier to find timely information and it should be more user-friendly.

But it isn’t enough to just have a website anymore. So we’ve continued to expand our presence in social networks. KEA has accumulated more than 1000 likes on facebook and more than 600 followers on twitter. Recently, we added pages on Google+ and tumblr to try them out. All the different systems have different features and different capabilities, and we’ll be exploring the best ways to take advantage of the new networks. We’ll post different things to the different sites, but our blog will remain an important central source for timely information from KEA.

Mostly though, we want to make sure that that it is easy for you to connect with us, wherever you may be online. Follow us, like us, add us to your circles —  or whatever it is that works for you to stay in touch online. Feel free to explore with us. Let us know what you think.