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If You (Don't) See Something, Say Something

posted by Bob Lawless
So, I just discovered that the Credit Slips feed to Facebook has been inactive for two months. I think I have fixed it. As the one with all the virtual keys to the machines, my experience when looking at the web site is not always the same as everyone else's. And, this blog is something we all do in our spare time. If something stops working or you have other suggestions, feel welcome to shoot me an e-mail or leave a comment. It will be a help.

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maybe you don't need facebook to work, if no one complained about it.

Good point. Among my many foibles, however, is an inability to let something like this go. If it is supposed, it should be working. The only solution is to spend copious hours on it until it is fixed!

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