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"Deborah S. Ray" wrote:
> Under normal circumstances, we would simply further adjust
> publishing, behind-the-scenes efforts, and plans here at
> TECHWR-L (rather than take a leave); however, as it happens,
> the need to accommodate the decline in sponsorships and revenue
> coincides with some other issues (in particular, I'm having
> major surgery later this month), making a leave of absence
> (along with further adjustments) a prudent option to address
> both issues.
My best wishes for a speedy recovery.
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