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Hi –

 

        The European Social Simulation Association has an annual newsletter sent out every 2 weeks to its members.

 

Why is an ‘annual newsletter’ sent ‘every two weeks’?

 

Thanks, looks interesting.

 

-j

 

 

From: Social Networks Discussion Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Richard O. Legendi
Sent: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 12:15 AM
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Subject: [SOCNET] ESSA Newsletter - Submitting information

 

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Dear List Members,

The European Social Simulation Association has an annual newsletter sent out every 2 weeks to its members. It contains news, new publications, job offers, call for papers and participations relevant for the researchers working in the field of social simulation. Previous issues may be accessed at the ESSA site.

We created a few web forms that allow everyone to submit information for one of the next issues and thus take control over its appearance in the newsletter and help us saving time of editing. Do not forget to leave a name and email address in the "Other" field when you submit content, so we can acknowledge your contribution.

These forms can be accessed at the following links:

Thank you very much for your future submissions and help.

Faithfully yours,
Sascha and Richard
ESSA Newsletter Editors

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