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May 30, 2006

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Jim

I enjoyed your conversation with Mark. I found the background noise a bit loud.
I do agree that the next five years will be extremely fascinating and somewhat unpredictable. There are so many different avenues to explore it is difficult to know which ones to explore. How the telecom industry will evolve is a big question.
Thanks for the coffecast.

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