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Ch- Ch- Ch- Changes and Co- Co- Co-Bloggers

Changes. They're always happening.

MIPTC is trying to help out readers who use RSS feeds to read this blog. As you can see from the link (and on this page, look over to the left, in the black under MIPTC), we've added a new page that will allow you to easily add (don't you love split infinitives) MIPTC to your favorite aggregator. If you use one we didn't list, let me know and we'll take care of it.

Be on the lookout for a new graphic. It's coming soon....

Remember, on Fridays, we'll be going to the movies with the MWGblog's Reel Reviews.

And thanks to a suggestion from a faithful podcast listener (please vote for MIPTC), I'll be changing the way the podcasts are named so that it will be easier to determine when they were recorded.

Co-bloggers. Finally, the call is out. MIPTC is considering applications for co-bloggers. I've been inspired by the Volokh Conspiracy model, and am thinking about adding some new voices.

"Applications," such as they are, should be sent to me at the email address below. See the primer page if you can't figure out the email address, but if that's the case, you probably shouldn't be submitting an app. "Applications" should include a brief bio and a short (250 words or less) sample post. Violators won't be considered. If you need to know what to write about, scroll down and visit MIPTC's archives.

My only advice: be creative.

Oh yes, at the end of yesterday's post, I said I'd give you my ruling on Case No. 4. If you haven't already figured it out, it was Judgment for the Plaintiff in the full amount of the damages she requested.

Finally, a thank-you to you. MIPTC has topped the 10,000 page hits per day mark, and is closing in on hitting 13,000. We used to average just under 3,300 hits a day. So, thanks to you, that's an annualized growth from 1,200,000 hits to nearly 4,700,000 hits.

As Bartyles and Jaymes used to say, "We thank you for your support."

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