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Its about time something changed around here...

Yes, something is about to change! I'm moving my blog to a new site! Just wait until you hear about the drama involved with moving my blog from X to Y service. Yucko.

So what is thrilling... (no wait, the other one... TEDIOUS...) is that I am moving to use Google's Blogger platform. At some point here, I will be redirecting the old site to the new one, but in the meantime, all new posts will go on the new site (after this one, silly...). So what is the new blog called?

"PainInTheApps.com" -- a blog of intrigue, insight and sarcasm for the great world of software
It should be a good time, chock full o' somethin'. 

Stop by, sign up to follow the new blog, and have fun!

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