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softwareagjim
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softwareagjim,
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6/26/2013 | 12:32:17 PM
re: A New InformationWeek Era
Digital wins - but my subscription ends. Congrats to InformationWeek for being the last paper holdout. I enjoyed reading the paper magazine at my desk. However, it wil now be like the others. The PDF version of IW is not convenient, and I consume all the other tech publications via web browser. Sorry to see you go.
D. Henschen
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6/27/2013 | 2:29:20 PM
re: A New InformationWeek Era
"Faster than any of that computer stuff..."
Spoken like a true IT professional!. Let's go back to filing cabinets and IBM Selectric typewriters! So much faster and easier. Uh... now where did I leave that WhiteOut???
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