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From over at ZDNet…

Steve Gillmore says:

What’s new is the insistent voice of the blogosphere beginning to dominate the conversation between vendors and customers. It’s more of a zero sum game than many are willing to accept. Analysts are consolidating (read: contracting) and tech news has been commoditized to something approaching loss leader. Folks like Stephen Shankland and Ephraim Schwartz are increasingly providing analysis in their beat areas, and of course the Redmonk boys are open-sourcing their methodology if not their recommendations.

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