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December 26, 2003


joe baylock


Allow me to second your sentiments, add a Happy New Year to them and reinforce the "blog on" hurrah. The blog has been a great success in '03 with many more "lurkers", (i.e. those who read but don't post or comment) than we ever imagined. But rest assured all, the hardcopy version of the Voice will return with Vol. 4 No. 1 in the near future. My fingers have been itchy for some time.

In the meantime, bloginto2004 with gusto!


Indeed it is a happy new year. 2003 has shown that B'Gamer's are starving for diaolog regarding their hometown.

I too am happy to see that The Burlingame Voice "chat" has been a portal for those wishing to tap into the hearts and minds of those who live and work in Burlingame. Before Volume 1, Issue 1 evr hit the streets I, along with the other editorial board members, hoped that our web presence would be powerful. The people of Burlingame have proven that they want another source of information.

Again, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year

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