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Colin Holland, Noted Tech Journalist, Dies at 59

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1/18/2013 02:39 AM EST
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Shreek Raivadera
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Shreek Raivadera   1/25/2013 10:32:47 AM
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Saddened to hear of the passing of a great technology journalist and thoroughly good bloke.

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anne-francoise.pele   1/25/2013 4:12:51 PM
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Quelle bonté d'âme ! Quelle joie de vivre ! Colin fut une rencontre merveilleuse, un bel exemple de vie. Il m'a tant apporté. Adieu, cher Ami. Anne-Françoise

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Kurting   1/29/2013 3:56:51 AM
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I knew him from the UBM-Technical webinars. I appreciated his competences in area of the embedded systems and his personality very high. I was very touched and sad as I heard that he had been died. I wish his family and workmates my cordial condolence.

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RobDavies   1/31/2013 12:15:11 PM
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Such a shock, so sad. The industry has lost a real legend. Every call, every meeting I ever had with Colin ended in talking about the football. As a lifelong Cardiff fan I'd been suffering in the same lowly divisions almost as long as Colin had with his beloved Charlton. So we shared all the pain, shared all the frustrations, but always fell about laughing. Glad and proud to have known you Colin. I'll raise a glass in your honour at the next home game. Am byth a beunydd.

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