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As the end of the year approaches, the temptation to set forth predictions for 2007 is just too hard to resist. But here's the deal: I'll give you my five predictions for the next 12 months if you'll send me yours. Mine are this week; yours next. Deal? (Send your insights - foresights? - to before......

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