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Looks promising, although he doesn't seem to have a face in the image,
which is slightly unnerving.
> I have two blogs. A personal one that has been going for almost 8
> years (I
> was self-publishing for a couple of years before that, blogging
> just make it much easier), and a newer "professional" one on which I
> dump my
> brain about anything related to technical communications. That blog
> me a presentation slot at the TICAD conference, and I find it helps
> keep me
> enthusiastic about my profession.
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