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* [[Michael Thelen]]
* [[Michael Thelen]]
=== Committee members under the NSA ===
== Former members ==
* [[Erik Anderson]]
* [[Erik Anderson]] –July 1, 2009
* [[John Chew]]
* [[Jeremy Brooke]] –December 2009
* [[Randy Hersom]]
* [[John Chew]] –July 1, 2009 (retired from active participation but remains an ex officio member)
* [[John Green]] –February 2010
=== Former Committee members ===
* [[Randy Hersom]] –July 1, 2009
* [[John Green]] (inactive as of February 2010)
* [[Jeremy Brooke]] (inactive as of December 2009)
== Agenda ==
== Agenda ==

Revision as of 21:47, 26 February 2010

The Technology Committee was transferred from the NSA to NASPA in 2009.

The committee was originally formed by the NSA in April 2006 to evaluate various software and hardware products that have been developed by and for the SCRABBLE® game community.


Former members


  • Evaluate timer applications for handheld devices (e.g., iPhone) for possible use at clubs and tournaments
  • Evaluate and sanction handheld devices/programs for SSL word judging (e.g., LAMPwords on Palm devices, Checkword on iPhone)

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