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Mike:  I am using an Apple MacBook Pro, and was able to connect  
efficiently to their homepage, which featured an organizational logo  
and option for site entry in English.
I know that doesn't help you, but perhaps explains that the problem is  
at least not site generated.

Brian

On Jan 3, 2009, at 9:44 PM, Michael Biel wrote:

> I am finding problems connecting with these links.  The  http://www.iasa2009.com 
>   goes to a front page with a link to either an English or Greek  
> language page.  The English can't be located, and the Greek is a  
> blank grey page with a legend (back).  The IASA home page is www.iasa-web.org 
>  , not ".no" and the links from that page to the conference pages do  
> not work either.
> Mike Biel  [log in to unmask]
>
> Jacqueline von Arb wrote:
>> Dear colleagues,
>>
>> Here below, please find the Call For Papers for International  
>> Association
>> of Sound and Audiovisual Archives' (IASA) next conference, 20-25  
>> September
>> 2009.
>> Welcome to Athens !
>>
>> Jacqueline von Arb
>> - Vice President, IASA - International Association of Sound and  
>> Audiovisual
>> Archives (www.iasa-web.no)
>> - Director, Norwegian Institute of Recorded Sound (Norsk  
>> Lydinstitutt,
>> www.recordedsound.no)
>> - General Manager, MemNor Audio Archiving Services (www.memnor.no)
>> Norsk Lydinstitutt is a partner of the EU-project Memories (
>> www.memories-project.eu )
>>
>> ------------------------
>>
>> 2009 IASA CONFERENCE:
>> ?Towards a new kind of Archive?
>> The Digital Philosophy in Audiovisual Archives?
>>
>> CALL FOR PAPERS
>>
>> Submission Deadline: January 30th 2009
>>
>> The Organising Committee of the IASA 2009 Annual Conference invites
>> presentation proposals for the 40th IASA Annual Conference, to be  
>> held
>> September 20-25, 2009, in Athens, Greece, hosted by the Hellenic  
>> National
>> Audiovisual Archive.
>>
>> Presentation proposals are due January 30th, 2009, on the following  
>> themes:
>>          Archives, Libraries and Museums. Moment of Truth - Time to
>> Converge?
>>          The disappearing Archive I: the loss of physical substance
>> through digitisation
>>          The disappearing Archive II: aging and physical  
>> deterioration of
>> analogue media
>>          The disappearing Archive III: obsolete carriers but no  
>> replay
>> equipment
>>          Born to die? Selection policies in the 21st century
>>          Between archivists and users, taking advantage of the  
>> archive
>>          Digital preservation and audiovisual preservation: Is  
>> there a
>> divide?
>>          40 years of IASA
>>          The role of the National Audiovisual Archives
>>          Archiving the web and the new media audiovisual content
>>          Ethics of digital archives
>>
>> Please find all conference information as well as the submission  
>> form on
>> the
>> conference website:
>>
>> http://www.iasa2009.com
>>
>> Presenters will be notified of acceptance by March 15, 2009.
>>
>> For any further information or question please contact the Organising
>> Committe and the conference adminitsrator through the emails posted  
>> at the
>> conference site.
>>
>>