We’re baack…

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Tim Higgins

Well, good ol’ Netster (that’s our site mascot) sorta missed being in the thick of things and kept at me until I convinced our friends at TG Publishing to unleash him again. So after a few months of working on getting SmallNetBuilder back up, the site is far enough along to come out of hiding.

I’m still settling in though, and there are plenty of rough edges and code to tweak. So if you find something wrong, just drop a line or use the comment form.

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