How things have changed
- Then, in the first issue of Anglo-Celtic Roots potential authors were asked to submit typewritten, double-spaced copy on standard 8.5 by 11 inches paper to the society post box address.
- Today we're request to submit in electronic format using MSWord-compatible software via email.
- Then the first issue of ACR contained none of the terms Internet, www or http. They came along in the final issue of the first volume.
- Today every major article published has Internet references.
- Then out of nine society directors one was a woman.
- Today out of eleven directors eight are women including the president.
We've come a long way.
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