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As I was saying to the gentleman collecting material for a "Resources
for the TW Wannabe"* site, we need to get stories from people together.
This kind of thing will tell people more than a list of schools or a
list of skills.
* It just struck me: some people consider us wannabe's -- so would that
Name above be like saying "Resources for the Wannabe Wannabe"?
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