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Subject: Re: [TGF] Publishing Online: What Do You Do and Why?
Date: Thu, 20 May 2010 11:41:56 -0500
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Chris asked:
>So - what should I do? I am tempted to treat myself as a client and give
myself the task of creating an "ancestor tree" for each of the major trees
I'm interested in. In that way - I'll start again, checking all that I've
done, looking for undocumented assumptions, missing citations, leaps in the
dark, etc - and writing it up.


Go for it, Chris!

As for being "wet behind the ears" when you first started, and having a good
deal of clean up to do from those early years, you have a lot of good
company.

Elizabeth


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