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Our new company blog is live!

This is the first "official" post made on this blog. Treasure it, because by definition it can never happen again.

All of the previous posts were made to populate the database and give me enough data to work with while coding the blog. But rather than posting 20-odd entries that said "test" or started with "Lorem ipsum," which would be rather boring, I decided to make them real posts. Most are pictures the technicians have sent me with a little bit of explanatory text. Previously we were using Google+; but alas, Google is withdrawing the project this April, so we decided to try this instead.

I hope you enjoy using this blog as much as I enjoyed building it. I coded every bit of by hand in PHP, so I'm kind of proud of it. But if you should find a bug (GASP!), please send us a contact form choosing the subject "Web site comment." Thank you.

Respectfully,

Richard M.

Webmaster

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