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On a bit of a holiday

Yes, I'm taking a bit of a break. In an unusual move, Federal Computer Week does not have a Fourth of July issue. We ususally published back-to-back issues from March through October, but we get a break this year, and I'm taking advantage of that to take some time off. I'm traveling to Orlando to spend some time with the in-laws at Disney World... and then out to the San Francisco Bay Area to visit my family. It is always interesting to check out things in the Silicon Valley and get a bit of the pulse from out there. I may post occationally, but if you don't see anything, don't panic! I shall return.
Regardless, have an excellent Fourth of July!

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jun 24, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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