December 2012 Newsletter

Dear Friends of SEA-Media,

Sure, we need donations to continue our work. But there's something else we need too. We need to know how our media portal, SEA-Media.org, could be more useful to you, to your project, to your organization. Each improvement we make is the result of a many-branched decision tree, and input from you, the beneficiaries of our work, is critical to making the right decisions.

Underwater Restaurant

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant in the Maldives.

I'd also like to call attention to a new blog I've titled Seafloor Living. You've probably heard talk of colonizing the moon or Mars, particularly in the last decade. But how often do you hear of future cities in the ocean? Seafloor Living doesn't have the answers, but it suggests some ideas that should spark some creative discussion.

Our web site redesign is underway, and we're about half-way to reaching our goal to fund it. We have about $1200 to go, and to make it easier an anonymous donor will match your donations from now until Dec 31, 2012.

SEA-Media is a tax exempt nonprofit organization, so donations are tax deductible. Please make a contribution now, while your gift will be doubled. It's easy, see the Participte menu above. You can make a donation there, subscribe to our newsletter, or become a member.

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