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  1. I remember the good old days when I could just come here to TeleRead in the morning and get all my techie news without having to go to site after site.

    Now it seems that TeleRead is just going to list links. At TeleRead we used to be able to sample these articles and see what interested us and get other opinions on what was being written elsewhere.

    Now we have to click away, click back, click away. If I wanted to do that, I’d just search on DogPile or Google.

    Your new format is not nearly as useful as having the complete info here on one site.

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