On March 7 2011, EDRS Gives Birth
March 7 gave birth to some really famous people, 1659 Henry Purcell, 1875 Maurice Ravel, 1930 Lord Snowdon as examples. It also was a day that a number of famous inventions saw the light of day, in 1854 Charles Miller patented the sewing machine, in 1876 Alexander Graham Bell got the US patent for the telephone and in 1933 Monopoly was invented.
But all this pales into insignificance when compared to the happy event happening on March 7 2011 for EDRS, on that day we give birth our new website. Months of blood sweat and many tears have resulted in a 21st century website full of up to date content, easy navigation menus and an exclusive member’s page viewable by logging on. On this page you will find a chairman’s blog, back issues of Emet, a notice board and you can even submit an event for inclusion on the website. To get into the members page you will need to get a username by simply clicking on the members page, then click on login on the left hand side, and you will see the page with a request for a user name section, fill that in and you will then get your username.