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corcastro Jan 3 2010Yeah! How do we manage to have time & creativity to face so much knowledge?
mikemarinos Dec 30 2009Great pearls. Thanks for sharing. This really is an exciting time for learning and leanring how to learn
popejon Dec 25 2009Thanks for the link, shall look into it! Hope you find some of this stuff useful. Cheers
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