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Just for the record, I'm all for it. I've done this informally in the past for
other technical writing students at SFSU, and have found that it really doesn't
take as much time as you might think. Either that, or they just caught me at
good times! :-)
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--- kimber_miller -at- acs-inc -dot- com wrote:
> Connie, I like this idea. If it can work through the site, then those listers
> who wish to participate can fill out some sort of questionnaire and let the
> newbies pick from the list--invite a relationship, get to know the other a
> and see if it would work. That would allow the newbies to pick based on
> disclosed information, one on one communication, as well as prior posts to
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