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Welcome to The Real Blogger Status, now addressed as "blogging.nitecruzr.net". If you're here looking for help on a specific topic, try "SEARCH BLOG" in the Navbar (top of screen on the left), or look at the multi-style Labels ("Topics" in the sidebar). Or check out the Archives ("Contents" in the sidebar). Or, leave me a comment, but try and find a relevant post. Or try interactive online help, in the Google Blogger Help forums. And, sign my guestbook, if you have a moment.

Both the Topic and Key Articles lists, in the sidebar to the right, are hidden - you open either list by clicking on one of the icons. Try it and see.

Please note that The Real Blogger Status, like most of my blogs, is written in hypertext. If you're reading an article, you find that you need more detail about what I'm saying, and there's a link in the text there (placed there for your benefit), click on the link. Help me to help you.

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DARWEN REPORTER said…
I've always found your help in the Google Blogger forum invaluable. Keep up the good work.
Michael Sargent said…
Chuck, I am lost as to how to reach you....I have a blog Bubaqlishus and I tried to change its name to Michael d Sargent and am getting 404's all over the place...I have read your instructions but must be doing something wrong...can you please help me?

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