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Posted on Thursday, November 9th, 2006 under Life News | No comments

... a.k.a. We're back online! Go ahead. Join me in a nice sign of relief. AHHHHHHH! That's better, isn't it?

After three days too many, the Dra Studio, Illustrative. and this weblog are finally back online. "Why were we down in the first place?", you may ask. You know, it was the usual "technical difficulties" ... mainly related to the fact that we have some great people that offer us free hosting ... things were just in transition for them. But now we can return you to your previously scheduled browsing. Enjoy.

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