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July 17, 2008

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"I didn't take any notes on the discussion of spy fiction."

David! You, you, you... what??? But, but, but, do you remember anything they said about spy fiction? *whimpering over here*

But seriously, love these notes. And, wow, all the workshops and panels you've taken notes on have been impressive. No wonder it's such a high-priced event. Must win lottery before next Craftfest.

Thanks for sharing! Even if you didn't take any notes on what they said about spy fiction.

;-)

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