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You must use a JavaScript-enabled browser in order to make the e-mail address an active link. This is because spammers (senders of bulk e-mail) have begun using computer programs to "harvest" e-mail addresses from Web pages like this one. We are using a technique that requires JavaScript to reduce the possibility of unwanted mechanical harvesting.

We want to be available for individual communications by e-mail, but we don't want a flood of junk e-mail. Please enable JavaScript on your browser, then return to the Contact page and click the e-mail link again, or if you prefer not to enable JavaScript, just type the address into your e-mail program. (Cut-and-paste won't work because the address is actually an image; that's to frustrate spammers, too.)

How do I enable JavaScript?

Microsoft Windows

The first thing you must do is determine the browser and version you are using to surf the Web. In the command bar at the extreme top of the browser window, click "Help" and select "About." The "About" panel will tell you the name and version of your browser.

Windows: Mozilla Firefox 1.0 and above

  1. Select the "Tools" menu
  2. Select "Options..."
  3. Click on the "Content" tab.
  4. Enable (check-mark) the "Enable JavaScript" line.
  5. Click "OK."

Windows: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x and above

  1. Select the "Tools" menu
  2. Select "Internet Options..."
  3. Click on the "Security" tab.
  4. Click on the "Custom Level."
  5. Select the "Scripting" section.
  6. Enable (with the radio button) "Active Scripting."
  7. Click "OK."

Windows: Netscape 4.7 and above

  1. Select the "Edit" menu.
  2. Select "Preferences..."
  3. Expand "Advanced" in the Category tree view to the left.
  4. Select "Scripts & Plugins."
  5. Click the option Enable JavaScript for "Navigator."
  6. Click "OK."

Apple Macintosh

The first thing you must do is determine the browser version you are using to surf the Web. In the command bar at the extreme top of the browser window, click program name at the left (e.g. Safari) and select "About." The "About" panel will tell you the version of your browser.

Macintosh OS X: Safari

  1. Select the "Safari" menu.
  2. Select "Preferences..."
  3. Click on the "Security" tab.
  4. Enable (check-mark) the "Enable JavaScript" line.
  5. Close the "Preferences" window.

Macintosh OS X: Mozilla Firefox 1.0 and above

  1. Select the "Firefox" menu
  2. Select "Preferences."
  3. Click on the "Content" tab.
  4. Enable (check-mark) the "Enable JavaScript" line.
  5. Close the "Preferences" window.

Macintosh OS X: Netscape 7.1

  1. Select the "Netscape" menu.
  2. Select "Preferences..."
  3. Expand "Advanced" in the Category tree view to the left.
  4. Select "Scripts & Plugins."
  5. Click the option Enable JavaScript for "Navigator."
  6. Click "OK."