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I read this question as "How do I look really good when this project is over?"

See, I know that's probably the way it sounded, but to explain myself a little, that is not my intention at all. My ultimate goal with this project is to make someone's life just a little bit easier anyway I can. Now I will mention that yes, I would like to get some recognition for this, and the money is a plus, that has been made known. I don't think I stressed the initial reason, however, for accepting this project. Even before I first entered the world of Technical Support, and Programming, My ultimate goal in life was to make things easier for someone, somewhere. Not many people have such a strange goal, but I do, and that's what led me to programming. I'm ecstatic that I'm finally getting the chance to do it! That's why I wanted as much advice about this as possible, I don't want to screw it up, and not accomplish a lifelong goal!

I'm sure this sounds like a line of bull to most of you, but this is truly from the heart!

-- Yes, I am a criminal. My crime is that of defyance.

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