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Thanks to those of you who have added comments and also spoken to us directly about the blog, we appreciate and encourage it!

We’ve added a couple of new elements which we thought you’d like to know about.

  • Under certain videos, you’ll now see a little graphic like this. If you click on it, you’ll be able to see the video in High Quality and widescreen. It doesn’t work with all videos and depending on your internet connection, the playback may not be very fluent fluid, but try it, we can recommend it!
  • At the bottom of the right column, you’ll find a new video player, including some of the ones you may have seen already and a new collection of mostly comedy ones.  You can watch the videos directly from the page by simply clicking on the image or description.
  • At the bottom of each article, you’ll find a rating system, from 0 to 5 stars (terrible to excellent). Please let us know what you think by rating and / or leaving a comment!
  • Finally, we’ve limited the number of posts on a page to 3, to avoid excessive scrolling. You can navigate by clicking on the Older / Newer Entries links at the bottom of each page and don’t forget that you can search by Category or Tag (Keyword) from the right column.

Thanks again for your support!

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Strange Random Language Fact:

“Rhythms” is the longest English word without the normal vowels, a, e, i, o, or u.

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