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Rahel
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Changes to the website

Hello, readers.

You've probably noticed that there are a lot of changes to the site in the last few weeks -- changes that will integrate different areas of the site better. Things are now up and running, but one thing to note -- with the switch to the new "My B&N" profile, all the user profiles were automatically reset to "private." So if you want fellow readers to be able to read your profile -- and we hope you do -- just go to the top of the page and click on "My B&N." Once there, on the top of that page you can switch the setting from "private" to "public." There are also great features allowing you to share your favorite books, music, and more, so do check it out. And let me know if you have any trouble with it. 

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Rahel

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