The IT Division now has a presence on Twitter at http://twitter.com/slait . While you don't need an account to see that page, you can create one for the full effect (it's free). It's a great way to keep updated as to what is going on with the Division. It's also a quick and alternate way of getting access to the content of the Divisions' two blogs.
#slait is also the hash tag for the Division, for your own tweets.
(What is Twitter? It's like a mini-blog. You have 140 characters to give your friends, and followers, an update on what you are doing. You can link to webpages or post pictures. Posts are called tweets. The hash character (#) serves as a tag. It makes it easier to search the Twitter content for a particular topic. For example, you could tweet: "Wow, I had a great time at the IT Dance Party last night #slait" . The IT program planner can search #slait in Twitter after the conference to look for comments and your tweet will come up).
Thank you for all of you who have commented and the IT Board for its enthusiastic support.