Hey there OP. It's Friday, and in keeping with my pledge to always bring you the updates, I'm here. But this won't be a typical update post.
What do you mean not typical? Why?
This morning I finally came home after having been in a hospital waiting room since Wednesday evening. All said and done, I was there for probably about 35 hours or so. Wednesday evening, all day Thursday and into the morning today. My entire family was there waiting for the arrival of my brother and his wife's new baby, who finally decided to stop tormenting everyone (particularly her mom) after 31 hours. The last few hours was spent waiting for appropriate infant bonding time, and then pictures, hugs, etc.
In a nutshell, I've been MIA for a sizable chunk of this week, so I'm still getting a handle on what all I missed. I'll be posting a more normal update probably Sunday or maybe Monday, but I didn't want to not say anything today and leave everyone hanging.
So what can you tell us for the moment?
 Ongoing work stuff
As stated in last week's post, the ongoing work right now is interactive maps. Media storage is also on the proverbial work bench, but to what extent I can't say yet. Look for more on this in the "normal" update post coming up.
 Twitter login problems
We've been made aware of some login issues when authenticating via twitter. Without getting confirmation, my assumption is that  is either on hold or shortly will be so that this can be sorted out. If you're one of the people having difficulties, know that you have been heard and we're going to address the problem ASAP.
 Smaller stuff
There are a handful of other things that we're aware of as well and will be combating in the near future (some of the mobile issues, the email versus username campaign invite, etc.). If you are experiencing or have experienced any of those, know that we're on it - and that more thorough coverage is coming in a few days time.
So that's gonna be it for now. Apologies for things getting pushed a few days. Hopefully you guys can be a little more forgiving than that waiting room furniture was on my back.
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