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ARI Announces Two New Websites
Submitted by Ayn Rand Center on Sat, 2008-06-28 01:22
Two New Web Sites
June 27, 2008
The Ayn Rand Institute is pleased to announce the complete redesign of its WEBSITE. The site’s new look reflects a reorganization designed to increase ease of navigation. The site has also been supplemented with many new pages of written, audio and video content.
ARI also announces the simultaneous launch of a NEW WEBSITE, dedicated to the work of its new public policy and media center. The Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights, which opens later this year in Washington, D.C., will promote the philosophical case for individual rights and laissez-faire capitalism to the public policy and business communities, the media, the general public and elected officials and their staffs.
The Ayn Rand Center’s Web site features topical categories that will make it easier than ever to locate relevant ARI commentaries and materials by Ayn Rand and other authors. And by clicking on a “Participate” button, users can find information on how to support ARI’s activities through personal activism.
Details of the redesigned ARI Website and the new Ayn Rand Center Web site will be discussed by Dr. Yaron Brook, president and executive director of the Institute, at the upcoming Objectivist Summer Conference 2008 in Newport Beach, California. The conference will run from June 28 through July 6, and it’s not too late to sign up for the entire conference or particular events and lectures. CLICK THIS TO SIGN UP.
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