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The Gay Place Blog, along with all the Chronicle blogs, gets all fancy

BEST BLOG UPDATE Tooting our own unihorn, we are! Dandy, Kate, Andy, and the rest of the Gay Place Blog krewe are so excited by this week's major gussying of our new Chronolog blog that we can hardly contain myself. The new Gay Place format will be lush, elbow-roomy, and easy like a Sunday morning. So sleek! (Actually, the big change is pretty much that, well ... our blog is finally going to look like a blog.) Hopefully, you, dear reader will find this news as exciting as we do. The updated design should also be a boon for those who found our old format for leaving comments lacking. The new comment-leaving technology is simpler and more clear. If it inspires you to get all interactive, then we're all for it. Yes, please interact! Let the Gay Place Blog do what a blog does best. Seriously, please go check it out, click some links, and especially try the new commenting function. Come blog, snog, and flog with us. We apologize that we've been a bit quiet as of late, offering so few blog posts, not giving you much to comment on. But that should soon change. Hope to see you in the GPB. (See austinchronicle.com/gayplaceblog.)

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