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Dateline: 23 May 2000 Early Edition
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Changes In The Wind
Aardvark may be taking a break for the next few days as I work on the "all new singing and dancing, bells and whistles, features-galore" version of the site.

It's been a long time since I gave the site a makeover and since then both the demands of the market and the technology used to deliver the content has changed.

I have some ideas I want to try out and I'll be including them in the new site -- but it's not too late for you to contribute any ideas you might have.

Send me any suggestions and if there's a concensus or if I think they're good, and time allows, I'll include them.

I hope you'll give me a few days to make the changes and that you'll be pleased with the results.


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