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Thanks, All!

This is the last Redmond Report newsletter until the new year. I wanted to take a few sentences to thank the tens of thousands of Redmond Report readers. I've been writing this newsletter for half a decade, and to be honest, I could easily have someone else do it. It's a lot of work and I have plenty of other important things to do. But I hang onto this newsletter like Bret Favre hangs onto his NFL career.

I write this newsletter because of the feedback I get from all of you. I'm an expert in IT because you're all experts and teach me every day. If I want to know if a topic is hot, I just ask you. And nearly all my feature stories are written based on what you have to say.

Your letters and comments challenge me, teach me and make me laugh. And if I say something stupid, you let me know in no uncertain terms. And that's what I need the most.

So happy holidays, thanks for all your help, and talk to you next year!

Suggestions for making this newsletter better are welcome at dbarney@redmondmag.com. Oh, and I'm still looking for more Office 2010 users, so shoot me mail at dbarney@redmondmag.com if you want to talk about it.

Posted by Doug Barney on 12/18/2009 at 1:17 PM


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