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Although most of the articles we publish are quite technical, the Field Notes column is usually a rather lighthearted, one-page article that relays some anecdote about a real-life IT-related experience. Did such an experience cause you to question your own knowledge, rethink a common procedure, make you aware of some aspect of technology you hadn’t considered before?
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