How to use this site

Welcome to Here are instructions for using  this website. [Too much information? Click here.]

The black and orange menu bar at the top of the page (accessible via a button with three horizontal white bars on mobile devices) allows anyone to read general information provided by Psi-k. No registration or login is required to access this content.

The black and white menu in  the left-hand sidebar (automatically relocated to the bottom of the page on very narrow screens or on mobile devices) allows registered users of the site to do things, such as email announcements to other users, post to the front page, manage their profile and forum subscriptions, and to take part in online discussions.  People wishing to do this should first register using the LOGIN/REGISTER button. Further information about the forum mailing lists is provided here.

The initial home page of this site is the Psi-k ‘front page magazine’. Authorized users can make ‘blog’ posts here on topics  of interest to the community by using the FRONT PAGE MAGAZINE/POST TO FRONT PAGE button in the left-hand menu. Anybody can subscribe to be notified by email about such posts (use the box at the bottom left of the site). Detailed information about writing for the magazine is provided here.

Users may view front-page content of different types by pressing the lower set of buttons in the left-hand menu (ARTWORK, BOOKS, EVENTS,.. etc..).

Please note that for technical reasons registered users of the old Psi-k website at (in use until April 2015) have not automatically been made members of the new site, and all such people will need to renew their registrations.

The website was designed and created by Mike Towler. For any issues that genuinely concern the design of the site — including bug reports or suggestions — he may be contacted directly at towlermail. For all other questions or comments, please use the contact form here.


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