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In September we announced our participation in a new non-profit program from Amazon called "Amazon Smile," which allows you to shop as you normally do and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price directly to STERA, Inc. You can even adjust your settings to automatically enter Amazon Smile every time you log on to the Amazon website.

Sadly, we also mark the passing of two legendary Shroud scholars, Dame Isabel Piczek and Professor Gino Zaninotto.

This update also brings us news of (and a closer look at) the first ever Shroud exhibition in Seoul, South Korea.

And you can also view every previous year's Website News pages at the links below: This is our last regular website update of the year and once again, it includes a wealth of new information.

We start with the announcement of STERA, Inc.'s once-a-year fundraising campaign with many new ways to support this website and keep it permanently free of any advertising.

Once you have registered, you can add books to your profile and distribute access codes to your students.

You may distribute only the same number of access codes as the number of print student editions purchased.

It also brings you four more issues of Rex Morgan's Shroud News, along with many new books, articles and papers, links to new videos and much more. Here is the Update Table of Contents: As much as I love the work I do as editor of this website and as President of STERA, Inc., one of the most difficult (and uncomfortable) responsibilities I have is raising funds each year in the form of contributions to support the website and our other long term projects.

Frankly, with the large number of visitors we have each year, we could generate substantial revenue by allowing advertising on the site, but we have never allowed ads in our 21 year history and will never allow them as long as I am here!

Please note that some newer copyrights will require Flash Player 10 be installed for viewing of the online editions.

If you do not have this software, please download it from Teachers: If your school or district has purchased print student editions, register now to access the full online version of the book.

If you are having trouble accessing your Online Student Edition because the Access Code is wrong, please ask your teacher.