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'Hello' and Introduction

'Hello' and Introduction
Greg Quirk
3/19/2009 12:00 PM EDT

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BruceTriVista   4/7/2009 6:38:20 PM
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Sounds very interesting Greg. The digital home is becoming quickly more common in Canada, and you're right about the balance between form and function. A digital home should be easier to use, and simpler to operate, with the technology, not the other way around. And don't forget price - it has to be reasonably affordable too!

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