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Dennis Jones is a Jamaican-born international economist, who has lived most of the time in the UK and USA, and latterly in Guinea, west Africa. He moved back to the Caribbean in 2007. This blog contains his observations on life on this small eastern Caribbean island, as well as views on life and issues on a broader landscape, especially the Caribbean and Africa.

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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Layout change: an explanation

To deal with other reactions, I had to change the blog's format yesterday due to a technical problem with the previous template, which for some reason was not allowing new comments since a week ago. A would be commenter flagged this to me. I have to work with a new series of upgraded templates from Blogger, and have chosen this new one as it appeals to me for its clean layout. I know that some of the regular readers prefer the former layout but please understand the technical difficulties and I will see if I can revert to the old style with no complications.

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