Lets's Talk Computers - WindowsSecrets.com  October 30, 2004
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Interview on October 30, 2004
Windows Help     Guest: Brian Livingston
WindowsSecrets.com publishes the "Windows Secrets Newsletter". The email newsletter has a circulation of more than 145,000 and is a merger of two newsletters, "Brian's Buzz on Windows" and "Woody's Windows Watch," by noted authors and Windows experts, Brian Livingston and Woody Leonhard.

Brian Livingston, editor of the Windows Secrets Newsletter, is co-author of Windows 2000 Secrets, Windows Me Secrets, and eight other books in the Windows Secrets series from John Wiley & Sons, Inc. In this first of two parts, Brian discusses what's new in the Windows world and what you need to know about current products.
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