Lets's Talk Computers - Community Harbor  January 15, 2005
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Community Harbor
Interview on January 15, 2005
Business Access pt.2     Guest: Ken Russell
Community Harbor, LLC is partially owned by ISDN Net, Inc. (the largest and oldest independent ISP in Tennessee). As a member of the Association of Public Communications Officers, Community Harbor, http://www.communityharbor.com, is working to help communities safely prepare for active participation in the emerging global economy.

In the second of two parts, Founder of ISDN Net and Community Harbor Ken Russell discusses the hot new technologies in Internet services. As a web hosting service, ISDN Net has been invaluable to the growth of Let's Talk Computers in allowing LTC to successfully reach all its listeners anytime, anywhere.
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