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We Work Together But Don’t Read Each Other’s Blogs

We Work Together But Don’t Read Each Other’s Blogs.

I find this very true.  It’s difficult to keep track of everyone and their blogs, but I have made an effort to use Google Reader and collect as many new feeds as I can.  It may seem daunting, but if you read them like emails you can actually get alot of recent events before they are old news.

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