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New Magicseaweed Website - Sneak Preview

by on Friday 16th January, 2009   14437 Views

We’ve spent the last six months or so working on a new version of both our forecasts and the website. As usual the changes are an evolution and everything should still look and feel reassuringly similar, however at the heart of the new site the forecasts themselves should be more accurate and more detailed.

We’ll be putting up a great deal more information about what’s changed, and what’s still to change, but if you want to see the new version right now as we continue to work on it you can check it out here:

Any constructive feedback appreciated as always…

UPDATE

Thanks for all the feedback, the new site will go live early next week and I’ve removed the Beta link for the minute.

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