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The State of NoVa gets a makeover

In the interest of gathering all my piercing insights in one place, both blog posts and print articles, and in order to further humiliate me by making my mugshot even bigger, the Deep Thinkers at The Post have upgraded The State of NoVa.

Our computers are still old, but our software is fresh fresh fresh! (Evan Williams) Our computers are still old, but our software is fresh fresh fresh! (Evan Williams)

We are now using Word Press, a commonly used online blogging machine thing, which is easier for writers and editors to use, and will enable my piercing insights to, uh, pierce more quickly. Our current blogging software is somewhat, uh, slow.

As such, we have a new page with a new look and a ridiculously too big photo. The content will still be the same, except it will automatically add in what I’ve written for the newspaper as well as the Internet. The State of NoVa standard reader practice will continue to require eight to nine clicks a day, so please maintain your current pace. Thank you.

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