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The most powerful weapon in today's economy is access to high-quality information.
But here's a shocker. To find it you don't need to visit R&D labs. You don't need to interrogate economists. You don't need to bribe clerks at the U.S. Patent Office.

Nearly all the high-quality information focused on electronics manufacturing is in the public arena - but you have to know how and where to find it. We've developed a methodical and time-tested routine combining decades of experience to identify the most significant news reports and articles from 127 outstanding information sources.

The fact is, few people can keep up with all the new ideas that are generated in the business press. Every day up to one thousand articles about electronics manufacturing and assembly are published in magazines, newspapers, journals, newsletters, and web sites.

You can be buried by this information landslide... or you can profit from it. The big new ideas and insights that ultimately filter down and affect electronics manufacturing at the operational level are published first in professional journals.

But you'll also find related articles in publications such as MIT Technology Review, Popular Science and BBC Technology News. These publications introduce important new ideas and insights about the new economy, technology, communications, consumer trends, and many other areas of intense interest to electronics manufacturing professionals.

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If you could read all of these publications cover to cover, you would know much more about what's going on in our industry. But you can't read them all. Instead, you can do something better... cheaper... faster... and more convenient. You can subscribe to Circuitnet.

Every business day you'll receive a one-page run down linking to the most important articles published anywhere. But the real value of Circuitnet is what you will learn about that will impact your company, your career, and even your wallet.

Researching the information sources we continuously review would take you hundreds of hours to simply scan, select, and read the best material. This doesn't even count the time you would need to spend analyzing the concepts and drawing conclusions and forecasts from this material.

Not even the smartest engineers and managers can spend a tiny fraction of their time on this kind of wide-ranging research in addition to their regular duties -- yet one of their primary responsibilities is to lead their companies into the future!

We don't waste your time with everyday business news. We select and link to only the biggest of the new ideas and articles. The result: Circuitnet is an important new editorial service for business professionals, such as yourself, who have a need to know -- and who bear the responsibility of looking ahead, thinking, imagining the future, and preparing for it.

We're possessed by a passion for seeking and finding genuinely new ideas, incisive insights, and new ways of thinking about business. Our goal is to keep you informed of the "must know" ideas and insights.

And because Circuitnet brings you the best of the big ideas when they're new, you're always ahead of the pack -- with brilliant insights, and sure knowledge of their implications and what the future promises.

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