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  1. hanna

    Are you using WordPress 1.5?

    If so, I’d love to know what you think of it (I’m thinking of upgrading).

  2. jill/txt » now it’s done, I think!

    […] , but you can easily adapt your old templates to the new system by replacing a few lines. Hanna asked how I like the new version of WordPress. I’ve barely used it yet, but it looks pretty, […]

  3. Stephanie

    I just upgraded last night and I really like the integration of plugins as well as the dashboard. It seems to be a well thought out version. I did not kill my blog like I normally do when upgrading either, which was a huge plus! 😛

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