Mad Men is coming, video and Ning group update

Pam posted this on her site, but thought you’d all love to see it. By the way, Sunday July 25th marks the return! YAY!

Oh, and then the dramas with the Mid-Century Ning group. Ning is going to an all paid service. So, I might move the group – I’m looking at alternatives, I’ve never really “bonded” to that platform anyway – I struggle with how to customize it.
If anyone has any fabulous suggestions, let me know.

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