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Yes, it’s been a slow couple of months here, so please accept my apologies. All droughts come to an end though, and this one ends with a look at the latest forecasts for tech spending, digging under the obvious economic reasons at the some of the micro- and macro-trends that have changed our spending patterns.
Unfortunately that's pretty much the same road that been trodden by every other communication channel - from print, to radio, to TV, and on to the internet. We shouldn't be surprised. The only question was when.
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