Fair enough. However flattering this is (it is actually), the blog looked almost like an exact copy so we thought we'd look under the hood at the code. What we found was that actual elements of our CSS code had been copied and pasted. Even a few of the graphic elements were ours. Not cool. Especially not cool since this is an experienced web design shop with principals involved heavily in the blogosphere that should know better. We even got a call from them to admit it and apologize since they did not want to cause any sort of issue amongst our companies.

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