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Welcome To The New Dark Reading

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Check out Dark Reading's Tim Wilson and Kelly Jackson Higgins talking about the reason behind the re-launch. Find out why Dark Reading is the place where the data security community gathers, interacts, shares, and networks.

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jhall983
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jhall983,
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3/27/2014 | 5:14:50 PM
Loving the new look
Keep up the good fight. Loving the new look and feel.
kjhiggins
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kjhiggins,
User Rank: Strategist
3/31/2014 | 9:56:15 AM
Re: Loving the new look
Thank you, jhall983. Please do join/start the conversation here.
khetticher03801
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khetticher03801,
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4/13/2014 | 5:18:19 PM
Great beginnings
It's been great to see your climb to greater and wider readership. I've always looked forward to your next edition through the years, though sometimes lack the hours or the power to keep my eyes open to read all I'd like.

Your fan in the IT battle, in spite of itself.

Kevin Hetticher
kjhiggins
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kjhiggins,
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4/14/2014 | 8:11:09 AM
Re: Great beginnings
Thank you, @khetticher03801. Feel free to join the conversation on the site when you can.
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