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July 31, 2007

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You've got to admit this is classic Sun - use "the way" you release the news to generate more interest than your actual news - get the early adopter reporting types to pick up on what your announcment means.

Scott McNeally has always been great with this, watch this hand over here - pay no attention to the other hand, none at all.

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