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Posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2005 under News | No comments

Thanks to the joy of SquareSpace, the DRA Studio is getting a new look & feel, as well as an all-together-now gathering of blogs, postings and any other information we could find laying around.

By the way, before finding SquareSpace, the other CMS I was looking at implementing was CutePHP. It is free, so if you are looking for a simple XML-based solution, this might be it.

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