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i’ve killed my e-mail

You may not notice, but this blog has just been transitioned to a shiny new virtual machine. Seems a bit snappier. More details to follow. Anyway, despite some rather thorough testing (or at least what I thought was thorough), I’ve managed to completely kill e-mail on this domain. So, if you want to send me e-mail, use my work e-mail, comment on the blog, send a carrier pigeon, or just call me. Anything but fax.

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Technology lawyer in Toronto.

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