Thanks again for your support

The IPKat and Merpel just want to thank you again for visiting their IP weblog. March 2006 turned out to be another special month. We welcomed 13,447 visits from readers around the world - that's a new record, beating our previous best monthly haul of 13,209. Also, the IPKat's list of readers who like their blogs freshly delivered by email when they're posted had risen by the end of the month to a new high of 399 (since April we've passed the 400 mark too!)

Right: a young intellectual property enthusiast patiently awaits his daily IPKat posting

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Left: getting to grips with Spam - tricky if you don't have opposable thumbs ...

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THANKS AGAIN THANKS AGAIN Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, April 04, 2006 Rating: 5

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