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Gratitude List, 2012

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old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   11/26/2012 10:33:22 PM
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I always look forward to your stories Rick. Keep up the good work!

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rick merritt   11/26/2012 9:47:15 PM
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That sound you here is my ego inflating ;-)

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SylvieBarak   11/26/2012 1:52:17 PM
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I was especially thankful for your Apple/Samsung coverage this year.... best reads to be found on the subject on the whole wide web :)

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rwik78   11/23/2012 7:43:21 AM
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Happy thanksgiving, Rick. And thanks for the great articles, specially those involving "the" lawsuit.

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samfuller   11/22/2012 5:39:29 PM
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I am thankful to love in such a wonderful age. I am also very grateful to have Rick to help inform us on all that is going on in the wonderful world of technology. Such a gracious man and such a great writer. Happy Thanksgiving.

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Amir11   11/22/2012 4:02:13 PM
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I am thankful too. Happy Thanksgiving, Rick!

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G2   11/21/2012 7:14:36 PM
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And I am thankful that we still have Rick Merritt giving us some interesting stories about what's happening in Silicon Valley, that we otherwise wouldn't get to see. Tip o' the hat to UBM Electronics also.

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