Tuesday, May 08, 2007

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It has come to my attention that for the past several interviews, some readers may have noticed a statement similar to the following between several lines of text, jarring them from the otherwise steady flow that the Plaza of the Mind strives to create:

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This has been happening to users of the Internet Explorer. The Plaza of the Mind uses Firefox as its browser and so it had been unaware of this problem. I have gone back and attempted to correct all of the prior interviews so that Internet Explorer users will be able to experience the site in its intended manner.

For the most part I have found that Firefox is a much more reliable product and would encourage anyone who has not yet experienced it to give it a try - I doubt there would be many regrets.

If not, however, I do want to assure all Internet Explorer users that the Plaza of the Mind will do all in its power to keep this sort of problem from happening again.

If you are an Internet Explorer user, perhaps you should go back and revisit those interviews now that the problem has been corrected. You may find the experience similar to seeing a favorite VHS movie on DVD for the first time!

Enjoy -

'Script' VanderDutch
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