Yes. We were hacked. A posting went out late last week from a group named “ESO Gold” that had no text and no workable links. It happens. We think it is fixed. Sorry for any inconvenience. And thank you to all who informed us. I just keep on learning, from the millenials. Maybe we have […]
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(Please accept my apologies – the link was broken so I am reposting this week’s blog.) I don’t know about you but I am growing tired of talk of the millenials. Not the millenials, you understand. I find them generally quite engaging, energetic, anxious to learn. I am tired of all of the articles and […]
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