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On 3/6/07, Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com> wrote:
> One of my college professors once told us that 10 years
> after graduation it was likely that the most valuable thing
> we would have learned from our education was the ability
> to figure out what references to look in to research the
> answers to our questions. ...
Or as I put it in interviews (and this is really my only good line):
"I may not know everything on the subject. But I do know how to find out!"
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