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First, there is an update on SaveJPG.com...
Apparently there are at least 20 internet companies bidding for JPGmag.
This article really won't serve a purpose once the bidding is complete (Jan 7th). I just posted it as background info to provide JPGers some possible explanation on what is happening (even though it is just speculation from valley wag). I will keep the original info in the main picture with the story.
Continue below with original story posted.
Read the Valley Wag article...
Valley Wag's style of reporting should be taken with a grain of salt. Many times they deal in rumors and gossip. The style is definitely slanted.
Also John Linton wrote a personal post on the issue before the article.
(John if you want the link removed, let me know.)
This or other articles or pictures I have posted are not directed at 8020 or JPG staff. I realize everyone has lost their job.
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