A huge amount of work has being going on behind the scenes to bring this new website to life.

From the programming people, through to the Thom Hartmann Program team, it has been very much a team effort.

Thom has been heavily involved in the process and attended many meetings to discuss and push the project forward.

We all hope you like the result.



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Sawdust 5 years 21 weeks ago

Thank you for your hard work. It's like trying on a new pair of shoes though. The ones you walked into the store with are probably more comfortable. I'm sure this one will be broken in soon.

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meljomur 5 years 21 weeks ago

Thanks for all you have done Nigel. Those of us who contribute frequently very much value the effort put into making this site the best it can be. Hopefully the new site will attract more participants.

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David S. Lynch 5 years 21 weeks ago

And thanks for being so responsive yesterday when I couldn't access the podcast - temporarily. Problem solved!

You must have been up to your elbows in alligators dealing with all the last-minute tweaks yesterday, so I appreciate you dealing with my issue.

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Natural Lefty 5 years 21 weeks ago

Where is all my stuff? I am logged into a school computer at the moment, and cannot access my homepage or blogs. I clicked on "my blog," in fact, but it says I have not submitted any, even though I have submitted over 70 blog posts. When I logged in, the computer asked for my email address and password, which was not done before, but at least it recognized me once I did that.

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Natural Lefty 5 years 21 weeks ago

I don't even have my profile, or profile picture here. At least, I cannot find them.

Oh, I get it! This is an April Fool's Day joke, right?

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dylon dogs run free 3 years 11 weeks ago

Loving Tom and all the support that has supported this effort. I hope that Tom will consider more subjects on his talk show ,In the NEWS,lawsuits around Drug Wars, Major powers nuclear proliferation,and yes Monsonto.These Subjects for public discourse are sadly missing and have everything to do with domination by corporations and yes the gangs in congress.

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lifesize 31 weeks 2 days ago

nigel: i wrote here, several times, of my issues with the daily poll. maybe it's a bit less tightly defined than before, but on a site dedicated to thinking, isn't it unfair to give us only two choices, each limited? how about those of us with a third choice, or a different REASON for supporting one of the positions?

as i earlier wrote, this comes close to being a "push poll" in its simplism. would appreciate it if, at next meeting, this was considered.

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