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Date: 2011-09-13
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Social media has been billed as the greatest thing that ever happened for business. Where else can you set up your show table and hawk your goods -- products/services -- to everyone in town. But you're not really interested in reaching everyone and they're not all that interested in you. Sometimes there are things you want to discuss and explain that don't fit in 140 characters. Before you start understand how easy it is and your obligations to your audience.
Is It Time for Diskless PCs?
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