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June 15, 2006 274 W, 1 I - + 36 - 32 June 15, '06

In addition to posting the new strip this week, we've made a few changes around the site.

Some of them are just a few cosmetic touches that you may not even notice, but hopefully will make using the Hatbag site a bit easier. However, two of them add new features to your Hatbag experience.

First, we've finally added a strip archive to the site. Now, if you want to read our backlog of comics, instead of having to navigate with the "previous" and "next" links on the strips, you can go straight to this list. The comics are listed by date and name, so if you want to look for an old favorite, it should be much easier to find now.

Also, we've added a new free Hatbag subscription service for people who want to follow the strip but find it too hard to remember to check the Web site every week. Now you can have Hatbag delivered to your e-mail inbox every Thursday.

Also, we've added a few new graphics to the Help Promote Hatbag page.

Finally, Cafepress has added new black t-shirts, that use a new printing method that makes them last longer: "With Direct Printing, we print direct-to-fabric with no transfers. The result is a matte image that moves with the garment because the ink is actually embedded in the fabric for ultimate wearable comfort. After a few washes, you will notice the great durability of Direct Printing. That means greater image staying power."

Anyway, they're running a coupon on them so we went ahead and designed one. Order by June 23 and use the coupon BLKBETA2 to get $3 off.

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