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  • SEQanswers Registers 100th member!

    Small milestone I know, but it's a start. This week especially we are getting a lot more activity, including some excellent posts from new users.

    I want to thank everyone who has registered, hopefully you are finding the site useful. I see that many of you are returning on a regular basis so that's a positive sign that there is something here worth reading.



    The more people you refer, the more valuable the site becomes as a resource...so encourage your colleagues to take a look.

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