Bar’s Web site tops 100 million vists

first_imgBar’s Web site tops 100 million vists January 15, 2009 Regular News Bar’s Web site tops 100 million vistscenter_img With the annual number of visits to The Florida Bar’s Web site surpassing 100 million and still growing, the Communications Committee is looking for ways to improve the site and its accessibility for members and the public. Committee Chair Ray Abadin told the board that one factor in the increasing use is the rising technological savvy of Bar members, two-thirds of whom are 50 or younger.He noted that hits on the Web site were almost 37 million in 2003-04. They had risen to 106.1 million in 2006-07 and to 118.7 million for 2007-08.The most popular part of the site is the Find A Lawyer page, followed by the site’s home page, and then the Bar Journal. Next is the section in which Bar members report their CLE hours, followed by the Bar News , and the Bar’s master calendar. Bar membership surveys have shown an increasing use of technology by Bar members, Abadin said, and the Young Lawyers Division uses its Web site to communicate with members, which has resulted in a spike of visits to the site.The committee hopes to emulate that in its efforts, he said, which could include continuing efforts to phase out the printed Journal directory, since all the information in the publication is available online, where it can be more regularly updated.He invited board members to review the Web site and make suggestions for improvement, adding, “We’re going to be making significant changes to the electronic media and the data presentation to our members.”last_img read more

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AWR Announces Agenda of Activities for IMS 2013

first_imgThis year at the IMS 2013 – International Microwave Symposium in Seattle, AWR in Booth #330, will showcase software demonstrations of key features in its current product release, V10, as well as a sneak-peek preview of features within its pending V11 release.  Demonstrations will Include: –          Microwave Office® design environment showcasing a Cree Class F power amplifier design –          Microwave Office design environment showcasing Marki Microwave’s new Microlithic mixer design –          Analyst™ 3D FEM EM simulation featuring a preview of V11 custom PCell generation for microwave connectors as well as antennas from Antenna Magus –          Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) featuring an enhanced radar library and novel radio frequency planning wizard, RFP™ –          AWR Connected™ to National Instruments: –          LabVIEW co-simulation for PA design including DPD, characterization, and test –          Multisim/Ultiboard layout compatibility enabling a complete circuit board design flow from DC to microwave frequencies –          802.11ac communication standard library IP sharing for design and test compatibility In addition to the many new features, technologies, and solutions featured in and around AWR’s booth, company technology experts will also be presenting nine MicroApps at the MicroApps Theater that provide additional insight into novel applications and technologies within AWR’s software.  AWR/NI Appreciation Party Last but certainly not least, AWR will hold its 9th annual Appreciation Party, AWR Games, on Wednesday night, June 5, at 7:00 pm at GameWorks in downtown Seattle. The event is being co-hosted by National Instruments and media sponsored by MicroWaves & RF Magazine. To register for this not-to-be-missed event, visit awrcorp.com/awr-ims-2013/9th-annual-appreciation-party or stop by AWR booth #330 for an invitation. More information is available at awrcorp.com/awr-ims-2013last_img read more

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