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Thursday, October 24, 2013


(elsten) Elmer Stenger

The digital age has produced some great products since it's inception, and will probably continue in that direction. There will be flubs like The Affordable Care Act, but it's progress will continue, as long as engineers stick to the task ahead, rather than bask in glory of past performances. It will help too if investors stop expecting their wealth to go off the charts while demanding more and more from the ones that actually do the work required to make sure it does what is expected.

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