Hey Meg -- Perhaps a look at how information is communicated to others would help things somewhat. I've had to deal with this in my real life agency -- for the past 20 years they've been stuck in the 1980's, and just recently discovered the internet. When I arrived on scene they had no less than 7 (and probably more now that I think of it) different portals they used to communicate news to faculty, clients, interns, therapists, investors, and government regulatory agencies. It seems like NI may have the same problem. Too many portals, not enough time to keep them all updated. At my agency my solution to this was to take all of the different portals -- twitter, wordpress, the main website, newsletters, email, blah blah blah and combine them all on the main corporate website using the Drupal CMS. The cool thing about that CMS was the modular approach coupled with the ability to configure and draw multiple RSS sources into a single document that was populated by user access levels set up by the administrators. The other cool thing about that CMS is that there are no licensing fees. Its free. A capable developer does the job whenever you need them to on a contract basis, and otherwise you get to go with the flow without additional overhead. So people browsing the site casually got some news, administrators got additional news, faculty got their own news, and so on down the list. Next Island dot Com could be configured in this way. Currently the news only holds an RSS feed of patches. Why not propose a front end redesign using a robust and flexible CMS, one that can allow for customizable conglomeration and publishing of news from different sources in a manner pleasing to the eyeballs. The basic format and color scheme of the Next Island website is good, but it may benefit from the use of a left and right column, as well as feed blocks down below where twitter, player of the week (or month) and featured items can be listed. This would give people a single page that they could look at and find all pertinent news without any extra footwork in terms of publishing on your end. You could still post to all your different media sources and rely on this page and its scripts to conglomerate your days work in 1 location.