Welcome to the Report

The Web Services Report covers a wide range of topics from Microsoft to Google and anything in between.

Allow me to introduce myself. I'm Harrison Hoffman, a co-founder and writer for the Windows Live news site LiveSide.net and a current student at the University of Miami. I decided to take on this new project because I wanted to write about a wider variety of web services and talk about the whole picture instead of just a small part of it.

My goal with The Web Services Report is to provide news, opinion, and analysis on what's going on in the world of web services. I may be writing about the big players like Microsoft, Yahoo, and Google or any of the other up and coming startups. Anything that you might classify as a web service or as "Web 2.0" is fair game.

I am always interested in what topics my readers might be interested in, especially as I get going, so feel free to leave a comment here and I will see what I can do. I hope that you all enjoy reading the Report as much as I will enjoy writing it. I think this is going to be an interesting ride.

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