Please Pardon Our Dust
Welcome to the new and improved The Magic in Pixels. While it may look very similar on the surface, under the hood things could not possibly be more different. About a week ago, The Magic in Pixels changed content management systems from one that was quite a bit outdated for a completely different system that is right on the cutting edge and much easier to keep updated. Add in some awesome new functionality and you have something that is sure to impress and amaze for a long time.
What does this mean for you? An awesome and much smoother user experience! However, at the present moment, this site is very much still under construction and you may see some rough edges or a hiccup along the way. If you should experience any issues, kindly leave a comment on the offending page or send me an email and I will investigate and try to resolve the problem right away.
There are some incredible new features that are being phased in and will continue to be phased in over the next period of time so please be patient and keep checking back to see what awesome new features may pop up!
As always, I thank you so much for your visits, comments, email, and support. This site simply would not exist without you, the loyal visitor and I sincerely hope what you see on these pages will inspire and entertain you for a long, long time.
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