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Hard News Is Back!

HARD NEWS is back!

Hi folks,

Public Address is here, at:

http://publicaddress.net

It is home to weblogs by myself (it's still called Hard News), Chad Taylor, Debra Daley and Damian Christie. It has been beautifully constructed by CactusLab.

The Internet rewards growth by increment, rather than the big bang, and that's what we'll be doing with Public Address. New blogs and new technical features will be added over time. In the meantime, I'll be in touch about once a week via this list to tell you what's going on.

I'm pleased.

Cheers, RB

PS: The http://www.hardnews.co.nz address also points directly to Hard News itself, so you can bookmark that if you prefer. If it only gets you to the placeholder, you need to clear your browser cache.

ENDS

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