Let me begin by saying how much I have appreciated the opportunity to be President of SSA these last two years. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to work with our dedicated SSA staff and Board of Directors, and our talented membership of seismologists. It is customary at this time, as I pass the baton to the next SSA president, to make some remarks on a favorite topic that affects the practice or the future of seismology.

I take this opportunity to offer some reflections on how technology influences the way we do our work in seismology. As...

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