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Alright, so it's not *my* website but it is very meaningful to me because I write for it :D
Many of you probably already know about Ars Technica, but very few of you know about the Microsoft Journal. Why would this be? Well, quite frankly it sucks. Before I was brought on, very little was posted there. I'm talking VERY little. Maybe a tenth of what MSFN posts on the front page. I just started writing for it on Monday, and it's slowly picking up speed. Seeing as MSFN is generally Microsoft-oriented, I thought you guys might find it interesting. I would love to hear your thoughts on what you think I'm doing right or what I'm doing wrong :)

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Oh I've already been on staff here before and I messaged Martin about this ;)



edit:
< I even still have my member title :P

Anyway, back on topic! Thoughts?

Edited by Slimy, 11 February 2008 - 06:20 PM.

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