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simple & organic

I've decided, after a year or so of using another blog design, to go with a simpler, more organic look and feel. In my old blog, the links, book review, blogrolls, and buttons were all crowded on the left and right side of the blog, making it the blog equivalent of a Golden Corral buffet. (Which type of mashed potato should I choose? There's so many...)

The links, book reviews, and blogrolls are all above, granted that you take advantage of the little tag labeled "Pull". Once you do, you will notice that all of the old links have been compressed and categorized into far fewer links to navigate. My hope is that this will be easier on the eyes, and simpler to navigate. Plus I like the organic feel.

Enjoy~

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