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Pyra Lays Off Employees, Keeps Blogger Running

Our friends at Plastic.com are reporting that the company that operates Blogger has laid off all of its employees. This is a surprise to some because many people in the industry know that Blogger has 75,000 registered users, many of whom remain active on the automated site.

Beyond all the other obvious questions about what this means for the industry is a practical question: can Evan Williams keep his servers running by himself?

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