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September 17, 2008

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Rob

As I posted in the Skype Journal:

Well this is good news. Sounds like you agree with Mr. Robertson in principal so all you need to do is work out the technical details in your list. Good for you. Good for Mr. Robertson. Good for all the customers.

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