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Below is a history of the main news
September 11th 2009 - [improved divegenie mobile phone/iphone browser gets apple approval]
August 10th 2009 - [become a www.divegenie.com facebook friend]
August 6th 2009 - [advertising offer - 1 months free advert on divegenie]
July 15th 2009 - [divegenie and twitter]
June 23rd 2009 - [new divegenie forecast model]
May 12th 2009
To celebrate our first year, Divegenie now has a new look and feel. We've kept all of the functionality, tweaked some areas as well as adding some new functionality. We hope you enjoy the new look website.
April 10th 2009
We are pleased to announce that Pirate FM (UK) are now providing divegenie forecasts on the Pirate FM website. The radio station is using four website plug-ins for sites around Cornwall (U.K.) and the forecasts are already proving very popular. The website plug-ins are free for anyone to use. They enable you to display the current forecast on your own website. Just select the 'website plugin' button from the forecast page for your chosen dive site, and then follow the instructions.
February 20th 2009
The managing director of divegneie was interviewed by a local radio station, Pirate FM (UK) following the interest generated by our inclusion in the Google Earth Gallery (see news article on the 14th February 2009).
February 19th 2009
See us in this months DiveMagazine (UK) and online at divernet.com
February 14th 2009
The divegenie Google Earth visibility maps have been listed in the offical Google Earth Gallery (under 'ocean'). In response to this, we've created the global visibility maps page, where you can use Google Maps or Google Earth to view all of the current visibility maps for any region. Enjoy!
February 1st 2009
We are pleased to announce that we are now providing weather forecasts for each of the dive sites on divegenie. This means that each dive site now shows wind speed, wind direction and air temperature forecasts, along side the usual in-water visibility, plankton and water temperature forecasts. To find out more, have a look at an example forecast table.
January 10th 2009
We are pleased to announce that divegenie is a media sponsor of Surfers Against Sewage for 2009. Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) campaign for clean, safe recreational water, free from sewage effluents, toxic chemicals, nuclear waste and marine litter. For more information see the SAS website.
November 25th 2008
The following article appeared in the November issue of the UK magazine 'Diver'. The article also appears on divernet.com here.
| (Divegenie forecasts, Diver, November 2008, p 81).
June 15th 2008
We are pleased to announce that divegenie is a media sponsor of Surfers Against Sewage. Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) campaign for clean, safe recreational water, free from sewage effluents, toxic chemicals, nuclear waste and marine litter. For more information see the SAS website.