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Friday, September 17th, 2010, 9:50 pm

More Research

Back in early 2008 I wrote about my transition into a more idle mode — a mode which enabled me to focus on some more personal projects and de-emphasise research for a while. Between the years 2003 and 2006 I spent a lot of time building and maintaining to the point where it attracted about 3,000 visitors per day. In late 2006 I relocated a lot of my work and writings to the site now known as Techrights. This is where I publish a lot of my opinions and the fruits of my readings, which fortunately helps many other people understand the industry (no spin, no bias, no conflict of interest or money at stake).

I have been thinking about returning to research at a higher level of capacity than at present because it is something that I enjoy doing and something that keeps me abreast of my field of expertise. I will write at a later date about my plans.

Roy Schestowitz

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