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Josh Catone Leaving ReadWriteWeb

I’m sad to say that Josh Catone is leaving ReadWriteWeb today, to move on to a new job at a popular web development community website. Josh was the first daily writer (other than myself) to join ReadWriteWeb. He started with us in March 2007 and has been instrumental in helping ReadWriteWeb grow over the past 15 months. He will be missed by myself and the whole RWW team. We wish Josh all the best at his new gig.

It’s also worth noting that Josh did a lot of editing work behind the scenes for our feature writers, such as Alex Iskold and Bernard Lunn. So he really has been a fantastic contributer to ReadWriteWeb, as both a writer and editor, and an absolute pleasure to work with.

Note: there is a new writer coming on board, which I will announce in a separate post on Saturday.

10 Classic Josh Posts

Below I’ve listed 10 of Josh’s posts that I’ve particularly enjoyed over the past 15 months. This is a completely subjective list. I nearly called it ‘Top 10 Josh Posts’, as a kind of inside joke that I think he would appreciate 🙂

All the best Josh in your future endeavours. Stay in touch and we hope to see you regularly in the RWW comments 😉

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