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Downtime

You may have noticed we had a small downtime. A small hiccup, and all seems fine now (save a few broken images here and there). The RSS feed should be working again as well. We’ll get the previous template back shortly. If you find any issues please let us know.

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Comments Error

A small bug slipped through when we moved to the new blog — comments didn’t work (and we just thought you had nothing to say). Anyhow, it seems fixed, so speak your mind.

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New Home

If you’re reading this then we have successfully moved the blog over to it’s new home. If you’re not reading this then something has gone awry and we apologise profusely. Hope you like the new digs, if you have any comments or suggestion please let us know.

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One Year

Where does the time go? It’s hard to believe that it has been just over a year since we started this blog, but yet here we are. When we started, we were all unsure of what to expect and unsure how we would be received by our customers and the rest of the book blogs. […]

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Moving

Office move day is creeping closer all the time. The ongoing construction activity in Victoria has made things challenging, as well as a some poor weather compounding the issues. There seems to be something of a boom going on, everytime you turn around another condo development is getting built. But things look good for AbeBooks […]

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RSS Feed

For those that are so inclined — there is an RSS feed for all the posts here on Reading Copy. Just add http://feeds.feedburner.com/abebooks to your favourite RSS reader. Not sure what RSS is? Wikipedia has a long technical description or a simpler and more readable description is at this BBC Help page.

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A Blog That Dares Not Post Its Name

Here we are at the beginning of this little project. Let’s push things forward, shall we?

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