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Disclaimer: This is me getting on my journalism soapbox. It has nothing to do with roads—at least directly—unless you consider that anyone could just “report” on highway and transportation construction industry without credibility mattering. With Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Instagram, ...
I remember the days before computers changed everything. Newspapers and magazines had set forms and ideas about content that didn’t change very much over the decades. But now publishing is not only changing, it’s changing rapidly and will continue to ...
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