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It's about time!

Just a quick update.
Recently I have changed the template and subject of my blog to fit more closely within my line of studies. A lot has changed since my last post from June 2009 (really a lot) but the idea of this blog still remains the same, namely to share useful information to others.

So, as they popular phrase goes... will keep you posted :)

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