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Example Customer Reviews:

Subject: "Reliable business resource"
Review: "I love this site! The attitude is so refreshing. So many business sites are stodgy, boring and pretty much useless. These guys tell it like it is, and do it with a sense of humor. I am a regular at their Bears n' Bulls message boards. It is a fantastic business resource. Also, Mark Ehler's column, "Man on the move", is a must read. I would feel lost without this information at hand. If you like this site, you may also want to visit hoovers.com for detailed stats on public companies."

Subject: "PC Delivery"
Review: "I ordered a PC from these guys and it took 6 weeks to show up. -- Plus, they charged me for overnight delivery! And their customer service people were of no help at all. I would never do business with them again. My sister Fran used another company, pcdudes.com, and had much better service at a lower price. Live and learn!"

Subject: "Great freeware"
Review: "Don't get me wrong, I like this site a lot, but the freeware section is the BOMB! Lots of great downloads and reviews, and it is all beautifully organized. No need to go anywhere else. Oh yeah, don't bother with the hardware buyers guide, it hasn't been updated since the Nixon era -- LOL."