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Published on September 8th, 2015 | By: Stephanie Liverani

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Connect with ACerS online for cutting-edge content when you want it, how you want it

Published on September 8th, 2015 | By: Stephanie Liverani

Online, the average person spends almost two hours per day on social media alone. And that’s probably a conservative estimate, depending on the demographic.

 

Let’s face it—most of us have hand-held mini-supercomputers in our pockets at all times. We’re uber-connected, and we like our information engaging, fast, and meaningful.

 

Social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have evolved to become so much more than just a way to catch up with friends and colleagues—they provide platforms for content sharing, news aggregation, and open discussion forums about the latest trends and issues facing all industries and sectors.

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If you don’t already, follow The American Ceramic Society on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and YouTube for all the latest news from the ceramics and glass world and beyond. We cover everything from trends in materials science to funding to business news to energy issues and more.

 

And if you want the latest ceramics and glass news delivered to you on a weekly basis, we have you covered. Subscribe to Ceramic Tech Today’s e-newsletter and get ceramics and glass news sent straight to your inbox every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. We make it easy to forward to your friends and colleagues, too, so they can stay on top of all things ceramic and glass. You can also bookmark CTT’s blog to check back often for the latest stories. 

 

Did you know ACerS monthly print publication, the Bulletin, is available electronically for superior laptop and desktop viewing and accessible through free apps in the iTunes App Store and Google Play? Get the undisputed authority on news and new developments in the ceramics and glass industries when you want it, how you want it.

 

Join in the conversation. We want to hear from you—how do you connect with ACerS online?


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