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working on my blog site

Okay, switching to new [w:blogging] system is done now, so I will be working now on some enhancement Quote of the Day added, Today in History added, and the most interesting patch was Wiki words filter
today I will be working to merging my ZCE blog with this one, now I have better understand of [w:drupal] api so i will be working on some modules, and themes.

an ahh, are you [w:PHP] [w:programmer]? whatever if you were hobbyist php programmer or professional, I 'll be posting a great [???????] ....

I just got from [w:Zend Technologies], and you have to guess what I have inside the brackets.

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