Lets's Talk Computers - Community Harbor  January 17, 2004
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Community Harbor
Interview on January 17, 2004
CES Update     Guest: Ken Russell
As a member of the Association of Public Communications Officers, Community Harbor is working to help communities safely prepare for active participation in the emerging global economy, insuring that those communities that are ready to make a strategic investment in next-generation communications systems achieve the best long-term capabilities. Community Harbor is engaged in several interrelated projects bringing together community networks at secure Community Network Resource Centers.

Ken Russell, founder of Community Harbor updates us on the latest technological improvements debuting at the latest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
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