Contributed byJim MacDonaldDirectorAPS Office of Electronic CommunicationsUniversity of California, DavisThe thoroughly revised APSnet premiered in early August 2000 at its new address, www.apsnet.org. The new site features many enhancements, including easier navigation and open access to the items you use most.
To further improve access, password restrictions have been removed from all areas except journal subscriptions. Nonetheless, journal tables of contents, abstracts, and search capabilities are free.
I hope that you have already reset your links and bookmarks from the old site to the new. In addition, since the new APSnet is dependent on more recent technologies, I strongly recommend you link from the bottom of the home page to "Viewing Tips" and update your Internet browser as necessary.
Please take the time to familiarize yourself with all of the new APSnet initiatives. They are intended to move the society into a new era of online communication, collaboration, and information dissemination. We hope you'll be a frequent visitor.
Secure Transactions for the Bookstore
Information for Visitors and Media
Online APS Journals
Online Phytopathology News
APS Meeting Information
APS Member Area