Newsletter #1.1

May72004
Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company

newsletter_1_1.png We’re pleased to announce that the Articulate Newsletter #1.1 has been published. It’s hot off the presses, so if you haven’t yet received it, fear not. It should arrive in your inbox soon.

Just can’t wait for the email to come? I understand. That’s why I’m giving you the link to the online version of the newsletter. Just click and voila! All the benefits of Articulate Newsletter #1.1 without the email itself.

Don’t want to miss out on future issues of the newsletter? Look for the newsletter sign-up form at the bottom of any page on the articulate.com Web site.

And, as always, let us know what you think.

1 response to “Newsletter #1.1”

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I’m sorry, but I’m unable to find where to sign up for the Articulate newsletter.
You can reply with a link to the subscribe form, but I hope you may also consider accepting this message as a request to have newsletters sent to me now via the email address indicated.

Charles Ames, SPC // Posted at 12:46 pm on June 24th, 2008

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