Readers can now head to their mailboxes or their computer
screens to find complete editions of The PEGG. Since January
this year, the APEGGA website has been hosting the entire
editorial portion of The PEGG online, instead of merely a
sampling of stories.
In the past, the website version of The PEGG was used as
a teaser for the print edition. Many of the print version's
headlines were listed, but only Association-related stories
actually appeared online.
The new system makes searching for past stories easier, because
readers can use the online search engine. It's also an important
step in tying PEGG stories to background material by making
them more interactive.