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Blogger gets some new views

It was clear at SXSWi this year that Google had placed a recent focus on Blogger.  Full disclosure, it's the blogging software I use for this here blog.  Today, Google announced some creative new HTML5 "views" of blogs on their platform.  I invite you to take a look using this blog by simply adding /view to the URL (ex: brianmilner.com/view).  

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