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TR celebrates one year

Scott Wasson
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It was one year ago today when The Tech Report opened its doors and started pumping out the latest tech news and reviews. I’m a little fried right now after watching election returns into the wee hours, but I’d like to take a sec to say “thanks” to all of you guys who read the site, post comments, send mail, and generally make this gig as much fun as it is for us.

On behalf of the whole TR gang, we appreciate it. You all are the reason we do this. (Believe me, it ain’t the money.)

TR has grown and imporoved steadily in the past year, and I think this next year is gonna be a doozy. We’re hitting “critical mass” in a lot of ways, and we’ve got a lot of great things in store. So hang tight, and keep coming back. We’ll make it worth your while.

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