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01 December 2005

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neville

Definitely just the beginning, Niall!

Your comments are a good assessment. I think our session will have helped many of the participants think about this new world we spoke about and the changes barrelling down upon us (to quote Business Week's view last May).

And it is about the communication, not the technology.

So looking forward to continuing the conversation, here and elsewhere.

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