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Changing Cast at Post I.T

Change is afoot with the technology team.

At the beginning of the year I took over as technology editor, a job that leaves me with no time to blog anymore. So I'm officially leaving Post I.T. Not that you'll miss me: We're adding a new voice in the form of Kim Hart.

Kim started as a summer intern last year, and stayed on to become a local business reporter. She energetically fills the business pages with dispatches from Northern Virginia, focusing heavily on technology companies and trends. She's written about some local Internet-phone companies, the struggles of hyper-local blog sites, and the biggest telecom contract in federal government history. We hope Kim will add some local flavor to our blog; she will focus primarily on featuring the local companies she visits, gossip she picks up, and potentially Q & A sessions with local executives.

So welcome our new blogger, and feel free to give us your feedback on all our postings and stories.

By Yuki Noguchi  |  March 16, 2007; 6:41 AM ET  | Category:  Yuki Noguchi
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Congrats Yuki - I didn't know about your promotion.

Posted by: Amy Smith | March 16, 2007 9:53 AM

Substitute "making your iPod work" for "dealing with the dealers", "knowing how to get home", etc. The Hold Steady have some departing words for you:

"You don't have to deal with the dealers, let your boyfriend deal with the dealers. It only gets inconvenient when you want to get high alone.

You don't have to know how to get home, let your boyfriend tell the driver the best way to go. It only gets kind of weird when you wanna go home alone.

You don't have to know the inspiring people let your boyfriend know the inspiring people. You can hang in the kitchen talk about the stars and the upcoming sequel.

If you get tired of your boyfriend's things, there's always other boys, there's always other boyfriends. If you get tired of your boyfriend's scene, there's always other scenes, there's always other boyfriends.

You don't have to go to the right kind of schools, let your boyfriend come from the right kind of schools. You can wear his old sweatshirt - you can cover yourself like a bruise.

If you get tired of the the car he drives, there's always other boys, and you can make him like you. If you get tired of the music he likes, there's always other boys, and you can make him like you.

They say you don't have a problem until you start to do it alone. They say you don't have a problem until you start bringing it home. They say you don't have a problem until you start sleeping alone.

There's always other boys, there's always other boyfriends. There's always other boys, and you can make him like you."

Posted by: iPods are hard! | March 22, 2007 2:03 PM

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