Make list, check twice, send to me


The end of the year is very nearly upon us, which means you are going to be seeing a lot of "best, biggest, worst, etc. of 2007" lists in the coming weeks. One week from today, I'll post my Top 5 Stories of 2007 list, and throughout the week you'll see even more end-of-'07 lists and coverage on our web site, FierceTelecom.com.

But, I wouldn't make you read my lists without allowing you to submit your own. So, go ahead and e-mail me your Top 5 of 2007, or post a comment on our web site that includes your list. It can be Top 5 Biggest Stories, Top 5 Technology Trends, Top 5 Coolest Companies, Top 5 Biggest Blunders, whatever. Before I publish my own list next Monday, I'll take a look at yours' and will plan to highlight the best lists and comments in this space along with my own.

One other programming note: Be sure to check out my Editor's Corner this Friday for an interview with Grant Seiffert, president of the Telecommunications Industry Association. Grant will talk about some of the hottest telecom topics of 2007 and 2008, such as the 700 Mhz auction, Net neutrality, the influx of private equity money into telecom and the struggle for technology companies to maintain R&D investment in a changing industry. - Dan

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