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Some little tweaks to the blog...

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A reader recently suggested some improvements to the blog, and we listened:

A reader recently suggested some improvements to the blog, and we listened:

  • Recent posts and recent comments widgets are now on the sidebar
  • Retweet button on all posts - so please spread the word on Twitter
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