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February 8, 2013
History.org has a new look. Do you love it? Do you miss the old one? Are you still getting used to the new design? No matter where you stand, we’d love to hear your opinions.
Please take our brief survey.
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Aims McGuinness says:
Could you please tell me when your “American Revolution” web site will be back up? I hope as soon as possible, asy students are using it in our class!
Colonial Williamsburg says:
It should be back online by the end of the week, if not sooner. Thanks for using the site in your classroom!
Thank you for the update. Could you please notify me via e-mail when the site is back up so that I may notify my students as quickly as possible?
Christine Hansley says:
I’m still getting used to it. Better this week than last week. It takes gray haired people longer to unlearn and relearn. We do get set in our ways. But I have looked at some things I never bothered with or didn’t know they were there while looking for my usual sites.
Thanks for the hard work this took. I used to work in IT, so I get it.
Have a good day,
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