Morning, all. For what it's worth, this week is one of those strange ones where all of our editors are occupied with big projects. As a result, it's possible that the news posts will be a little slow around here. Then again, we have several things in the queue and will be working to keep the site fresh, so you may not even notice. In fact, forget I said anything.
You might, however, want to send any questions you have for the editors to firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can answer them on the next podcast, which we should be recording soon. Also, I seem to be posting fairly regularly on Twitter, so follow me at @scottwasson, if you dare. You can always send me questions about the site, our reviews, and the like via tweet, if you prefer.
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