Editor's Corner

Publisher's Note:

As you read today's issue, you may notice the "comment" links we've added to each story in the newsletter and on our website. We've added this to encourage your feedback (even if it's critical), foster a better sense of community, and create more knowledge-exchange and dialogue among all of the smart folks who read this publication.

To promote this feature and jump-start your participation, we will be giving away a cool new cell phone each week to a randomly selected person who comments on one of our stories. This week's winner will receive the new Sony Ericsson W810i Walkman cell phone. To enter the contest, all you have to do is submit a relevant comment to one of this week's articles, and your name will automatically be entered in a weekly random drawing. We are calling this our "Let Your Voice Be Heard" contest, and will run it each week in November, giving away four phones total.

So if you have a gripe, insight, perspective or something else to add to one of our stories, let your voice be heard! Click the "comments" link and give us your best shot. Thanks. -Jeff

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