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If you want to ask me a question that's relevant to blogging, but you can't find the right post to start with (I haven't written about everything Blogger related, yet - - nor the way things are going, I don't expect to), ask your questions in the above Contact Me form - or leave an entry in my guestbook.

Please note that you will almost always get better service when posting in Blogger Help Forum: Get Help with an Issue.
  • I read there regularly - and check email (and Contact Form submissions) irregularly.
  • The posting form in the forum is way better than this Contact Form.
  • The posting form in the forum is way better than the GMail reply form.
  • You can edit messages in the forum - you cannot edit anything in the Contact Form, or in EMail.
It's your choice - but unless you have secret details which are relevant, the public forums are far better. That's MHO anyway.

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