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2007 Top Ten: Photos

Phil Harvey
12/28/2007
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The year 2007 produced some of the most spectacular and memorable photojournalism ever witnessed by the telecom industry.

Not here, mind you. But we have our photos, too, and we're happy to share a 10-slide roundup of the year in telecom. Click on the first image below to launch the slideshow:

For a list of our most recent Light Reading slideshows, click here.

For a gratuitous slideshow of nothing but booth babes, click here. Or here. For pirates in lingerie, click here. You weren't really working today, were you?

Also, don't miss our previous snapshot roundups. Like high school yearbooks, they only get funnier with age: 2002 Top Ten: Photos, 2003 Top Ten: Photos, 2004 Top Ten: Photos, and 2005 Top Ten: Photos.

— The Staff, Light Reading

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