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Migration in progress

Posted on Saturday, January 14th, 2006 under News | No comments

Clearly, I have finally landed the boat on the new DRA Studio design and CMS management system. I have settled on working my sweet hand-coding magic and utilizing Blogger for all those other features that I needed. Creating the custom Blogger theme has been the only strained part so far. Things are moving quickly over to the new structure of the DRA Studio, so be sure to check back often. If you see anything that looks a little whacky, it is possible that you need to empty your browser’s cache (read: Refresh).

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