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Joe Brancatelli is a publication consultant, which means he helps media companies start, fix and reposition news-papers, magazines and Web sites. He started his career as a business journalist and created JoeSentMe in the dark days after 9/11 while he was stranded in a hotel room in San Francisco. He lives on the Hudson River in the tourist town of Cold Spring.

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