The Successes of my first AJAX Application: Part 6 - Introduction

This is the sixth installment of my "Success and Failures of my First AJAX application". If you would like to talk to me about AJAX or anything else email me:

This entry is titled: "It got me thinking about how I communicate over my blog". This focuses on several areas from who I am trying to improve my grammar; the things I talk about; the length of the entries and what I include in my Blogs.

I will try to deal with each individual point, but the general gist of this post is really about how I have and I am trying to constantly evolve my blog.

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