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What I'd like to see are examples of what could be considered award-winning
portfolios and how they're presented. Not so much of what's actually
Think marketing. You are selling a product. That project just happens to
be you. Know your audience and create a portfolio directed to them. The
portfolio can be a three-ring binder (preferably a new one), or it can be a
"Madison Avenue" presentation. You want to impress but not alienate. I've
had good luck with smaller leather portfolios, but I'm thinking that I might
borrow some ideas from John. (Thanks John.)
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"When they call the roll in the Senate, the Senators do not know whether to
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