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DID Query Re: Reader Technical Experiences

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See it. Live it. Here at DID, we’ve had a reader email us to explain that the links in newsletters and articles weren’t always working. We’ve asked for specific examples, and tested them ourselves with no difficulties. But we want to make sure this isn’t happening to anyone else. If any other readers are having technical problems with any aspect of DID or the newsletter, could you kindly write editorial@ – which will be at Please note the computer operating system you’re using (Windows XP, MacOS 10.4.3, Red Hat RHEL WS 4, or whatever), and also the browser (IE 6, Firefox 1.5, etc.), and/or email client (Outlook 2003, Thunderbird 1.5, Lotus Notes/Domino 7, etc.)

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