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For the past 9 months I have been working with the wonderful folks over at *ONE/Northwest *and the *Web Collective*, both out of Seattle, on the new  Built on the powerful open-source platform *Plone*, the new site gives us greater control over our content, more flexibility, and simply put, the ability to do more "cool ....cont.

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