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Monday
Jan242005

Fully Operational... Sort Of

I am kind of busy this week, but after a great push on Friday loaded to satisfaction the necessary links to fill in most of our gaps.  In short, the Resource Links section is ready.  I added some other sections, re-arranged things a bit, and generally ran out of things to fix after a while.

We'll probably start blogging in earnest next week, I rewarded myself with an out-of-town trip this weekend and am a bit behind in setting things up on the computer to make the blogging easier.

Please continue to enjoy the site/blog, we'll have more very soon, obviously.  The big picture is that I'm comfortable with the current setup, and I rarely can say "ok, that's good" without fretting for several days and reluctantly giving some kind of thumbs up.  Not so this time.  I think the extra few months to test out the concept elsewhere and the dramatic discovery of this squarespace software really gave the impetus to complete this project's extensive early preparations.

Now the fun begins.  Besides, I'm certain you are tired of reading all these "it's coming" messages and would rather just read what we have to say.  Or at least, stop by the links.

We will also continue to add links, I've found some more, and when I get the chance I'll load those too.

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