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First the bad news. The guy offering the Seattle Mobo from Intel (Pete Sherriff) has still to adjudicate on your answers to proxy servers. Please email him herePete Sherriff and remind him that he has to make a decision, and that decadence is not enough. (BTW, Pete Sherriff and Lucy Sherriff are entirely different creatures). But we have two winners for those VIP Network Show tickets worth a stunning £1,200 each at the fabulous National Exhibition Centre (NEC), we can confirm. After a flood of entrants eager to attend the network show, the organisers have come up with two winners. And the winning lines to the question as to why Networks 99 is important? 1) Networks telecom is important in my IT calendar because... ...convergence is emergence and non-attendance is insurgence (Jason Orin) 2) Networks telecom is important in my IT calendar because in the rapidly expanding world of CTI it is the only place to be where people and equipment come together. (John Gibb). As regular attendees at the Network Show in Birmingham, we can confirm that it is an irregular haunt of Register staffers... ®

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