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Look out everyone. This post is going to be thrilling! We’re talking website semantics, rss feeds, and where you can find information! Digg this post, bookmark it, tweet away, because this is hot, hot stuff.

More or less, I want you to be able to get at all of the information we have these days. We are, frankly, writing a lot, and I’d hate for you to miss something useful.

Our blog feed (probably how many of you got here) is available here. This will have product information, standards evolution stuff, and general software development thoughts.

Our support forums feed is available here. These support forums are probably the biggest news item in this post.  More and more we’re helping our customers and non-customers alike in a public forum so everyone can benefit from it. This can even be segmented down into certain products or tags… you can get what you want in that regard, or you can simply search from this site and discover solutions in both places.

If you’re really bored, you can follow @timpmartin on twitter. This feed will spare you my personal minutiae.

And lastly, if you just love us, then you have this option. One big, bad feed with everything that we write. Those of you who are really hard core will follow this one. Support posts, blog posts, twitter posts, fence posts… they are all available here.

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