Why all the broken links?

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Tim Higgins

In the continuing saga of getting my new web publishing system to behave (the system is Joomla, by the way), I’ve had to abandon the part of the system that created the user-friendly URLs. The system was simply taking up too much memory for each site visitor, resulting in server crashes whenever things got busy.

I’m busy updating all of the redirects and hope to have it all straightened out today. But in the meantime, use the site search or browse the categories to find what you need.

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