With deepest respect…

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Good evening ladies and gentlemen,

The RVL Facebook page was created to provide an “Office” for us to interact with individuals who are not represented on the “Facebook friend lists” of the staff. We, like anyone else, like to be able to interact with personal friends, on a personal level and we find it necessary to separate our work here, and our private lives, for the sake of maintaining both properly.

We do not intend any disrespect, nor do we intend to appear to be rude or dismissive – indeed, the latest RVL Crossroads will attest to that.
 
What we ask is that if you wish to make contact with RVL and it’s staff that you leave a message, either here or at the Facebook page. This will eliminate the jamming up of our personal, private life, message folders.
We will do our very best to ensure that we respond to each message sent in a timely, positive and constructive fashion.
 
Thank you, in advance, for your understanding.
T.
 
Ed. in Chief – John Reason’s Real Vampire Life

RVL Upgrades

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Good evening ladies and gentlemen,

We are aware that many of our readers may have experienced difficulties in connecting to the site over the latter half of this week. Firstly we would like to apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience while we have been instituting some long overdue upgrades to RVL.

We have undergone server upgrades as well as site hosting upgrades but perhaps one of the most important upgrades, in this age of computer vulnerability, has been the installation of an SSL certificate to protect the integrity of information flow to, and from, RVL.

This is all part of our endeavour, and commitment, to maintaining the site in a manner consistent with best practice and bringing it in to line with modern security protocols.

As we grow, and the site expands, we may be upgrading further in the future to meet the demands of running such a resource but, for the moment, we have green lights across the board.

Again, thank you for your patience.
Kind regards and deepest respects,
T.

Editor in Chief