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Happy Trails

From all of the contributors, to all of our readers, many thanks for eight great years of excellent conversation about web topics of all kinds. WebPub is closing down — for now — while we collectively turn our attention to supporting new roles, new companies, and the full service catalogue of IS&T. 

You have been reading tips, tricks, articles, and news blurbs from… 

Dave Conlon

Myra Hope Eskridge

Chris Giles

Lizz McManus Hemrajani

Lisa Mayer

Jeff Reed

Although we will not be adding new content, please continue to enjoy our work in the Archives. It is amazing how many ephemeral topics have lasting relevance.

Happy Trails!

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