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What a week!

It has been quite an insane and busy week here. So I share with you what’s kept me going much of the week.

Amelia spent much of the week helping me work

Cutest Cat in the World

Happy weekend.

Next week I’ll have a multi-part series on confirming email addresses and some major companies trying to do the right thing with subscriptions, but failing.

EDIT: Excuse any typos. Amelia has decided she doesn’t want to be a good cat and instead wants to walk all over my keyboard. I think I caught all her contributions, but I may have missed one or two.

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