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IM is moving hosting homes

IM fans and readers… This week IM.com will be migrating to a new home and webhost. After the better part of a decade with our friends at @Detroit internet the time has come to where only IM and a couple of other site were sitting on one of their older underused servers. The lease of that server is coming to an end and the time to move hosts is here.

So first off a big thank you to Lowell and the @Detroit team for the years of help and to all my regular readers, please have some patience as IM.com may go offline for a day or two.

Please refrain from posting any comments for the next day or so as they may get lost in the transition.

Thanks for you patience and understanding.

Andrew

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