I've been writing Redmond Report for over 6 years (wow, time flies). Because the newsletter only comes out every other day of the workweek, this is only the third Valentine's Day edition.
I'll make this one short and sweet.
I love writing the newsletter because I love the feedback I get from you every day. Market research analysts have phone banks and surveys. I have something better: Tens of thousands of IT expert readers who aren't afraid to share their knowledge and opinions. And every time I get something wrong, you correct me immediately. Those comments run in our next edition and in my blog.
If there's anything I can do better or different, please let me know at [email protected]
Posted by Doug Barney on 02/14/2011 at 1:18 PM
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