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It has been a while since I have posted on this Blawg. While I have not been posting lately, I assure you that a lot has been going on. I relaunched my static website at www.thefonteneaufirm.com . I also launched Alablawg which will focus on issues of Alabama law. With that change, I have decided to change the direction of this blawg just a bit to focus more on diversity, current affairs and other issues that interest me. I think dividing the two will allow me to address more of the topics that are of interest to me with a minimum of "scope creep" I hope you will enjoy the new focus.