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Member Center launches this week!

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After several months of user testing and feedback, we’re excited to announce that the new Member Center will launch on Thursday, July 13. Here’s the schedule. Wednesday , July 12, 8:00 am CDTeBiz.barbershop goes offline for transition to new system No applications or renewals will be processed online or internally. You will still have access to shop.barbershop.org and your 25% member discount...
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New BHS website launched!

Barbershop.org gets a facelift and tech boost:  Cleaner, faster design Mobile optimized Integrated search across site, blog Consolidates many sub-sites for easier browsing We think you'll like the new look and speedy response of our newly designed flagship site. A more flexible architecture means we can stand up new content areas quickly, integrate fast-breaking blog content directly into t...
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#Hashtag

People have often asked me, "What is a hashtag and why is it so important?" According to Twitter (it's best to go directly to the source, right?) Definition: The # symbol, called a hashtag, is used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. It was created organically by Twitter users as a way to categorize messages. Using hashtags to categorize Tweets by keyword: People use the hashtag symbol # be...
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Follow on Twitter without Twitter!

Want to get updates from Twitter but don’t want to create a Twitter account? No problem! Use Twitter's free fast follow service to receive Twitter updates by text without  without having to sign up for Twitter or add a Twitter app to your phone. To get started: Send Follow [username] to your Twitter shortcode and you will start receiving Tweets from that user on your device. Example:  sending ...
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All Harmonizers Now Online

Hooray! We’ve spent the past several months scanning and digitally archiving every edition of The Harmonizer dating back to the very first issue of the November 1941 publication (then-named Re-Chordings). We felt it was important not only to digitally preserve this incredibly valuable body of recorded history of our Society, but offer it up as an accessible resource to any and all who could potent...
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