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  9. <copyright>Copyright &#169; 2002-06 by Mirality Systems</copyright>
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  19.      <title>Thursday, 21 March 2013</title>
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  21.      <description><![CDATA[Looks like it's the end of an era.  My old "" address has expired and probably won't be renewed, because the people behind that domain are now demanding $20 for the privilege of redirecting it (and injecting ads along the way).  So no, that's not going to happen.  Fortunately there shouldn't be too many of those old links left around after all this time, so it shouldn't cause too many broken link dramas.<br />
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  23. Incidentally, in case anyone has been wondering why I stopped posting here -- it's mostly because <a href="">I made a blog</a> for the offtopic sorts of things (which I did link to previously), and I haven't really made any new Mirality Systems stuff for a while (been too busy with my day job).  So yeah, slow news years. <tt>:)</tt>.
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  29.      <title>Wednesday, 19 August 2009</title>
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  31.      <description><![CDATA[Well, someone finally reported the bug.  So MCM v2.3 is out now.
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  37.      <title>Thursday, 1 January 2009</title>
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  39.      <description><![CDATA[And another year rolls by.  And look: it's MCM v2.2!
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  45.      <title>Friday, 14 March 2008</title>
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  47.      <description><![CDATA[MAX Codelist Manager v2.1 is now out.  This version adds the ability to import codes you've entered in ARMAX itself, and also can use a backup codelist server in case of trouble (especially since the NTSC server has been broken for a couple of weeks now).
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  53.      <title>Saturday, 8 March 2008</title>
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  55.      <description><![CDATA[As an experiment, I've just set up a shiny new forum, for the purposes of discussing my software or other things on my site.  The whole forum admin thing is fairly new to me, so let me know if there's something about them that could be improved on.<br />
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  57. In other news (for those who hadn't already noticed it), I finally caved a while ago and <a href="">carved out a blog</a>.
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