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This Issue's Theme: Using Technology to Communicate with Clients September 12, 2008  
Editor's Note
We're so far past the days of questions like, "Do you use the Internet?" and "Do you have an e-mail address" that no one would dare ask those questions any more. But we're still just getting our feet wet in this brave new cyber world that came about in our lifetimes, and we can all be certain that we have yet to find all of the ways in which we can take advantage of our online presence.

This week we're offering some suggestions for moving your Internet experience to the next level. Beyond the obvious experiences you should already be enjoying - subscribing to AccountingWEB e-newsletters and corresponding with us via e-mail or comments on our Web site! - we hope you'll find some new ideas that can help you improve your business.

Best regards,
Gail Perry, CPA
Managing Editor

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