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I glad that so many people have enjoyed this article. Out of the 10 or so e-mail newsletters I subscribe to, I would have to say that his (Peter Coffee) is the one I like best.

In addition to the links you've requested from the original post, there is also an online article Calling the wizards to war of his that was fun.

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