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Welcome…

To the new and improved International Metropolis.com

I had been planning on doing something with the look for a while, but was putting it off… The forced upgrade of the software that runs the site sped up those plans 🙂

I didn’t want to leave the site with the old look, what with the blog awards being announced shortly and everything. I didn’t want a bunch of people showing up here on the site coming from the blog awards results to see a messed up site, so plans were accelerated.

I think everything is working properly, if you noticed anything that’s not quite right or any bugs, please let me know and I’ll get them resolved.

– Andrew

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