Tuesday, April 25
The floodwaters have receded, but the courts were too soggy to be worked on yesterday. The crew will put lines in the front courts today. They will.
Note: Susan Miller-Havens is afflicted with Labyrinthitis. She requests that any questions or problems be referred to Laurie Pierce or committee chairpersons. Get well, Susan.
Another Note:While we hope that the CTC will always hold onto its inimitable charm, the caribou, the architecture, the ambience, it is becoming WIRED. And we don't mean, oh I see the lights are a little brighter; it's always been so dim. We mean WIRED, state of the art, cutting edge, WIRED.
Billy and Phil, WIRING (the recorder for the club's new video analysis system).A note from our web designer.
Now that the crew has rebuilt our wonderful courts, the web site faces its greatest challenge, our PILOT STUDY to display court reservations every day - without any added burden on our club staff.
It won't be as exhausting as shaping sixteen tons of clay into a level playing field, but it will not be easy. If you want to help us, take a look at the RESERVATION REQUESTS link to the left.
The asterisk indicates an empty court.
Clicking on it (in the real "timeLines" window) let's you send in a request for that court time.
N.B. Please report any difficulties you are having to Bob Doyle. Don't assume that it's your problem. It's our problem if the web site does not work for you.
All members are welcome to come to my lab at 77 Huron Avenue (a big red three-decker - three houses in from the fire station at Garden Street) Thursday evenings at 7:30. We'll have a hands-on tutorial using the web site, and talk about getting on the web in general.
Court conditions: The courts are soft. They want to be baked.
Joe DeBassio, Webmaster.