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Imagine a company that sells a wireless protection system for boats and recreational vehicles. Think about a firm that sells "off-highway" mapping software for use by hikers, campers and sportsmen. Consider a company that produces a new type of milking system that is healthier for cows, which, in turn, is better for farmers.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 05/09/06


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