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10 IT Leaders To Follow On Twitter

Where to find the best IT words of wisdom, 140 characters at a time.
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OK, we'll cop to a bias on this one. Feldman is not just CIO for the City of Asheville, N.C., but he's also an InformationWeek contributor. If you've read his columns, you already know that he's not short on opinions on all things technology, not just for government IT shops but across many areas and organizational types.

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7/30/2013 | 2:34:28 PM
re: 10 IT Leaders To Follow On Twitter
If you like Carla's Tweets, try her blog. She's an interesting and well-traveled person who is pretty open about all aspects of her life. Much more than IT and analytics to hold your interest!
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