The next article, on the Rover 800 and Honda/Acura Legend, will be up in the next day or so — we are currently lining up a few final photos. (Some of you had apparently noticed that the draft article briefly went live yesterday, which was a technical glitch.) Stay tuned…
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Updates on policies or other administrative stuff.
I just noticed that comments on several recent articles had been mysteriously disabled. This was a glitch of some kind — it was definitely not intentional — and I believe I’ve now rectified it, but if you have trouble commenting on an article, please let me know. Sorry for any inconvenience!
If you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably noticed our new look: We’re now on a new and considerably updated content management system with what we’re hoping will be better functionality and better security.
This process has been not unlike swapping an engine into a car in which it was never designed to go and there are probably going to be some glitches. (There was a problem with the redirections from old URLs that we’re hoping is now fixed.) If you find technical problems, please let us know.
If you live in the Los Angeles area, the Petersen Automotive Museum is looking for volunteers. For more information, see their volunteer page http://www.petersen.org/membership-and-support/volunteer.
I’m not affiliated with the museum in any way, but I’ve been there many times and they’ve been kind enough to invite me to some of their special events. If you are in or visiting L.A. and you’ve never been, it’s well worth checking out.
I’m pleased to report that the Society of Automotive Historians (SAH) has named Ate Up With Motor the winner of the 2012 E.P. Ingersoll Award.
This week, Ate Up With Motor wishes you all happy holidays — or is it Holidays?