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You can tell MIPTC where to go. Literally. MIPTC will institute some sweeping changes in the coming month - including getting podcasting back online. The changes are all open for discussion. We're doing a redesign from the bottom up.

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So, if you ever wanted to have your own blog designed the way that you wanted it, now's the time to speak up.

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