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June 16, 2005
Last night, Peter Zornio and his merry band of Honeywell elves stayed up late putting together answers for the questions users have submitted throughout the week. Today is Q&A Day, and it is the day when users expect straight, detailed answers from Honeywell to the questions they have asked. Unfortunately I will miss the vast majority of it, since I will be winging it back to Chicago and total collapse (grin). Former Honeyweller Dan Sussman, who is writing the HART Communications Foundation Ann...
Last night, Peter Zornio and his merry band of Honeywell elves stayed up late putting together answers for the questions users have submitted throughout the week. Today is Q&A Day, and it is the day when users expect straight, detailed answers from Honeywell to the questions they have asked. Unfortunately I will miss the vast majority of it, since I will be winging it back to Chicago and total collapse (grin). Former Honeyweller Dan Sussman, who is writing the HART Communications Foundation Annual Supplement to CONTROL, told me that back in the day, the users were adamantly opposed to any press coverage of this event. I'm glad they changed their minds. This user group sets the standard for all others. Cynical I may be, but impressed I also am. (Thanks for the sentence construction, Yoda.) It is absolutely clear that not only is Honeywell coming back, they already are back. Competitors can stop discounting Honeywell and making plans to steal their customers.

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