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How does one consolidate when he/she has numerous blogs. I've a Slackware blog, a personal blog, and a blog dedicated to the Sharp Zaurus. The most up-to-date blog is the Slackware blog (@ http://slackfiles.blogspot.com/) and it is relatively current (can't say that for the others). I'd hate to kill it because I'd like to use this one, so, whenever I update the blogspot one, I'll put a notification here. I don't know if this is gonna work, though...
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