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Douglas guests on Monday Night Tech -- STP’s MNT 013 - Vista and Printers

I had a chance to "sit in" again with Dean Jensen over at the Monday Night Tech version of the SoHo Tech Podcast this week. It is always a great time and lets me talk about a wide variety of tech issues.

Listen: STP’s MNT 013 - Vista and Printers




STP’s MNT 013 - Vista and Printers - Recorded March 3, 2008

Small Office Home Office Technology Podcast

MNT Episode 013 - Vista Rant and Printer Review

Recorded on March 3, 2008


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