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LOMAP Re-Launches Website

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Of course, we’ve had a website for quite some time now; it was just that that website was sort of static, difficult to update, kind of plain, didn’t have a lot of ease of use and, worst of all, featured that picture of me that made me look like a done-up corpse, because it was so deeply airbrushed. Plus, it was sort of stretched out; now, I know I have a long face–this horse walks into a bar, bartender says, “Why the long face?”–but, this was ridiculous. Perhaps a feed bag should have been photoshopped in, rather than my cheeks brushed up, and forehead deoiled.

But, I’m getting off-track. The thrust of this post is that we have an awesome new website, which you should check out. The url is the same: www.masslomap.org; everything else is different . . . especially our great NEW pictures. Access our intake forms. Grab information about our start-up meetings and marketing group. Run down our upcoming events, internal and external. Learn where you can follow LOMAP via social and other media. And, etc., etc.

You’ll also note that new blog posts will now appear at the front page of our website, as well; and, you’ll be able to access archived blog posts through the website, too. We’ll stop posting here at some point in the near future, and the LOMAP Blog’s permanent home will move to the website . . . When? Well, I’ll announce it right here, in a teary farewell post to the old Blogger site.

As I subtly hinted at earlier, the new website will be more dynamic (for one, more easily changeable) than the old. So, watch for new information adds and content improvements as we move forward.

I must admit, for I cannot tell a lie, that my hand in creating this website was, entirely, as follows: I agreed that Rachel should create this website. But, I’m not that obnoxious . . . I’m this obnoxious: Because, not only have I had a hand in forcing Rachel to create this website, I am now also forcing Rachel to draft a blog post on the whole harrowing experience, which post you’ll be able to review right here . . . or there, and which post may be useful to you, if you’re trying to revamp your own website.

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