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Kevin

I'm mostly around next week. I'm going to try to participate. It sounds fun.

Michele

Thanks for the plug, Beth! I wish we could offer cotton candy or something. :-)

Stewart Mader

Beth,
The Wiki Carnival looks very interesting - I'll be following along, and looking for the contributions people make to wikipatterns!
Stewart

Jonny Goldstein

I loathe the expression "best practices." It sounds smug and exclusive. I see the appeal of the phrase, both for purveyors of techniques, and people who are shoppoing around to learn techniques, but I don't like it. Like in your posts about interviewing; hat are the "best practices"? There are lots of opinions, but is one way "best"? Who says? "Best practices" seems like so much marketing jargon to me.

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