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New Servers for EEJournal.com

You may have noticed a slightly different look to EEJournal.com the past couple of weeks. You may have also noticed that the site is MUCH faster! And, if you’re among the growing number of readers who access the site on mobile devices, you may have noticed that EE Journal looks much better on your smartphone.

You’re not imagining things!

We have just moved EEJournal.com over to new faster servers, a new CMS, and a new, more mobile-friendly layout. In recent months, our traffic has increased substantially and it became clear we had outgrown our infrastructure. We are all very excited about the new system, and we believe it will make for a much better experience for you on EE Journal. We have more improvements coming soon, so keep an eye out. And, drop us a line in the comments to let us know how we’re doing. Thanks for reading!

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