Over the next three years, I plan to transition to a new name, thektog.org . I paid up the KTOG.org name for the next three years so it'll continue to work for that long, but it's technically owned by someone no one has seen for a few years, so it's possible that three years from now we couldn't use ktog.org. For that reason, I bought the new name, thektorg.org . Next week, when you go to ktog.org you'll notice you get redirected to thektog.org. Now would be a good time to update your bookmarks, also known as "favorites", and any links to ktog.org which you may have posted on other web sites. Many of us have our passwords saved in our browser and don't remember them in our heads. If that applies to you, you have a little work to do. The browser remembers the password for ktog.org, but when we switch to thektog.org the browser won't know that it's the same password, so you'll have to type your password the first time. That's tough if you don't know what it is. So if you don't know what your password is, you need to set it to something you'll remember. To do that, click "Profile" about 3 1/2 inches from the top of the page. Then click "Modify". There, enter a password which you'll remember. You have to type the same password twice so it knows you didn't typo. I'm sure we'll get ten emails or more from people saying "I saw your post and I don't know my password - please change it for me." You do not have to email TxCajun or myself. You can change your own password by following the instructions in the preceding paragraph.