Lets's Talk Computers - Digital Connect Magazine  May 22, 2004
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Digital Connect Magazine
Interview on May 22, 2004
Digital Home Strategies     Guest: Jeff O'Heir
CMP Media's Digital Connect Magazine combines collaborative efforts from CRN and Residential Systems magazines. Digital Connect Magazine targets integrators providing services that unite IT and consumer electronics products to create innovative applications in the home and small office. In this first of a series,

Editor Jeff O'Heir discusses the possibilities of the new digital home and provides an overview of the trends before they reach the mass market. He touches on the most popular digital solutions available today, how to find and choose the right digital integrator to develop, install and support all technologies in the new "smart home".
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