AHS Region 2/Great Lakes Newsletter
EXCEL (spread sheet) programs. EXCEL gives you more
latitude and flexibility for formatting.
Chaos and Complexity
Bobby also discussed the price(s) for reserving a domain
name. Often, a quoted price does not include activation of
A synopsis of Curt Hanson's Friday evening talk
the domain. There is a separate charge for that. He said to
deciphered by Rick Yost of Pataskala, Ohio.
beware of cheaper sites because, usually, you get what you
Woody Allen was once asked Have your read I Ching?
pay for (frequently, poor service with cheaper sites). Make
He replied, Not the whole Ching, but I have dabbled in
sure that the domain name is registered in YOUR name.
Kirkegaard or was that Curtegaard?
Then give the name of your technical person to allow that
authorized person to access your site for technical pur
Curt kicked off Friday evening's festivities with a program
intended to convey a sense of magic and beauty seen in our
natural world, hoping to encourage a deeper respect for all
life. Sparked by his observations in nature throughout his
Some web sites to visit and to compare:
world travels, most recently his Hexastylis (wild ginger)
hunt in the mountains and plateaus of the southeastern
United States, Curt began to see patterns. He stated that
Jamie Gossard's web site has links to illustrate
Bobby also told us that he will create and maintain a basic
web page for you. You might want to check out his bargain
prices. He will also do custom designs with prices accord
ing to level of complexity.
Consider getting or giving an AHS Life Membership
at this year s bargain price (see front inside cover)!
Curt Hanson, organizer of the
2003 Region Two Symposium in Cleveland, Ohio.
Digital image: Karen Ciula
while none of the ten species of Hexastylis are common,
several are endangered, primarily due to habitat loss
through agriculture, highways, and urban sprawl. Through
out the world, destructive forestry practices are allowing
exotic invasive species to overtake the compromised
landscape and many native plant communities cannot adapt
and have disappeared throughout much of their original
range. Studying their unique distribution led Curt to
questions more profound and mysterious than simple
taxonomy. He stated the serious student of nature soon
realizes the subtle and intricate relationships within the
larger biosphere. This order and harmony mirrors some
divine orchestra, a reflection of a greater system which
extends beyond our limited comprehension of time and
Symposium discussion: RVP Ed Myers, MCDS President Alan
Hersh, Editor Gisela Meckstroth, AHS President Luke Senior,
Region 2 Director and AHS Exhibition Chair Joanne Larson..
The patterns Curt was seeing in his travels are found
Digital image: Karen Ciula
Continued on page 52
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