Introducing William Thomas Wasson, born in the wee hours of Sunday morning. William and his mom are both doing very well, and I've taken a break from Damage Labs in order to help out with the new arrival. William is planning to study at Oxford.
In other news, some of you may have noticed that my Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition review was posted at Ars Technica this past weekend. We are trying out a syndication arrangement with the folks over there, which should enable broader exposure for a portion of our work. For us, this arrangement is all about building our audience and extending our reach. We think we produce some truly solid and distinctive reviews, and we'd like more folks to know about them. It's an interesting experiment, at least, and the initial reception seems to be positive.
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