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I can’t decide whether I spend more time these days thinking about a), how rapidly the world is changing or b), how quickly time is passing. That makes it more and less relevant for me to let you know that at the end of this month I am stepping down from the editor’s post I’ve held at Information Management and its predecessor DM Review for more than eight years.

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Comments (4)
Great column, Jim. You, Tony and Julie have done a great job building the Information Management web site into an oasis of insight for the IT community. Congrats and well wishes on your next chapter.
Posted by A R | Monday, January 28 2013 at 10:01PM ET
Jim:

Your farewell column reinforces what I will miss most about you--your thoughtful, insightful, writing skills. See you when your travels bring you to Eugene. I will have the drift boat and tie dyed shirts ready. Enjoy where life takes you, Mr. Ericson. Thank you for being a good friend. -Scott

Posted by Scott H | Tuesday, January 29 2013 at 1:21PM ET
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