Hey there everyone… You may be wondering why we are stalling on posting any new information lately. The answer is simple – we are currently working on a “for dummies” series of posts. These will be posts that deal with decoding some of the tech-talk you have probably heard and perhaps don’t understand. This is not so much a “for dummies” as it will be a “for the rest of us” series and we hope you will find it helpful!
So, please be patient while we are working on translating things into a format that is easily understood and we will be back in the phone booth again before you know it! Thanks!
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