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Our September smorgasbord of communications and content goodness crosses
into so many interesting areas. Some of this weekâs offerings are robust,
flavorful fare that meet all minimum daily requirements. Others are
tantalizing tidbits that linger on the palette and stir a lot of
commentary. You could sit down to a fine dining experience, or tailgate to
your heartâs content.
Get your creative juices flowing with another trip to the land of tech comm
terror. We want your submission for the 2014 Tech Comm Halloween Horror
Festivalâ truth or fiction, as long as itâs scary (or at least funny),
submit your story by October 17.
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