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digital.forest Celebrates 10th Year

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digital.forest Celebrates 10th Year -- Congratulations to Chuck Goolsbee, Chris Kilbourn, Bill Dickson, and our other friends at digital.forest, who are celebrating the company's tenth year in the Web hosting and server co-location business. Many other hosting firms have come and gone in that time, but it's a testament to digital.forest's service that we've been extremely happy since moving our servers there in January of 2000. They've done a great job over the years of baby-sitting our geriatric Power Mac 7100 and 7600 and helping set up the shiny Xserve that runs Web Crossing. Happy birthday, folks! [ACE]

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