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    Hey there...as I mentioned in the Site Announcements forum, I'm beginning to make some changes to the site, both from a infrastructure standpoint (upgrading software, etc) and a usability standpoint.

    <-------------The new profile field is over there!

    To try to make individual people stand out a bit, I've added a new user profile feature that lets you select which next gen instrument(s) you are using. I thought this would be interesting to see, as well as add some recognition to one another people in the community.

    To check it out, please head over to your user profile page.

    As always I'd love other suggestions on how to improve the site, organization, features, etc.

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