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Still testing...

April 14, 2005



We'll get around to telecoms, CRM, VoIP and why this reporter doesn't have it on his computer yet, and why some guy named Slim was holding 13.7% of MCI stock, but we're still noodling around, playing and figuring out how this thing works (your reporter is not the most technically proficient business writer alive). Let's see if this works:


It was on this day in 1828 that Noah Webster published
his American Dictionary of the English Language
. He was a man who'd
grown up in America at a time when Americans from different states could barely
understand each other, because they spoke with such different accents and even
different languages. Americans in Vermont spoke French, New Yorkers spoke Dutch,
and the settlers in Pennsylvania spoke German.




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