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November 17, 2012, 01:39:36 AM
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Hey Everyone,

It's been a loooong month and a half and I just wanted to send out a quick update on the BitVendor project for those of you who might be interested:

- After one of the sites we were going to support went out of existence, we were forced to rewrite a large section of the code.

- One of our developers took a new full time job and could no longer work on the project.

- The other developer (me) got sick and ended up in the hospital for two weeks.

All this has made a major delay in the delivery of the BitVendor software. But we're chugging along again and working hard to get everything done and ready. We're prepping for a mid-December release and everything looks good there.

So thank you all for your patience with BitVendor. We're getting there!

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The font used on your website is absolutely horrendous, not to mention way too small to read.

I liked it better before it was much more readable.
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