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It was an unusually quiet week for posts during Week 37, quieter than during the summer holidays period. I wondered why. Maybe people are still getting back into the swing of the weekly work and school routines this week, and

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#WeeklyBlogClub: No love for teh WordPress? « Allotment 5½

Probably the last (but certainly not least) post for Week 2 of the Weekly Blog Club is Peter McClymont’s about the value of using tools that allow dialogue, rather than local authorities (or anyone else) only broadcasting information. #WeeklyBlogClub: No

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