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June 19, 2007

Posting and/or sending out white papers to named audience

After a long few weeks to finish grading and to deal with other commitments that stacked up in the Spring, I am now ready to get serious about polishing, publishing and propagating all of the great white papers that were produced for this course.  I hope at least a few of you are interested, and have a little time, to turn your white paper into more than just a required assignment for our class.

If you are still interested in having your white paper posted on the blog and/or polished for sending to your chosen audience, please let me know via a comment here or e-mail.  Though a little work may be involved to update and formalize the presentation, I doubt more than a few hours of effort would be required to make anyone's white paper post-worthy.  (Consider the cool double meaning: post-worthy means worthy of posting on this blog and worthy of putting in the post (mail).)

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Prof. Berman,

If you have any general comments, what do you think would need to be done to make our papers "post-worthy"? Or are your comments more specific to the individual efforts?

Posted by: Ben D | Jun 21, 2007 12:37:33 AM

Author-specific, mostly, Ben, although everyone might benefit from a 1-page executive summary at the start of the paper.

Posted by: Doug B. | Jun 21, 2007 5:56:18 AM

Prof. Berman,

I would be interested in both versions of post-worthiness. Just let me know what you'd like me to do to my paper. Thanks for this relatively cool opportunity, and for a great class.

Posted by: Brett T. | Jun 21, 2007 9:34:08 PM

count me in. let me know what needs to be done.

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I'm in too.

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