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Sweet, it looks as though someone else has contributed to the biography. As much as I appreciate it though, it really need to read more like an encyclopedia and less like an advertisment. I searched and found out this is the SXSW biography ;-) I'll leave the good parts, but cut out the purely promotional ones.
Getting this page started
I would be neat if there was a History section, but i don't feel I know enough about his transition from Labklik to Whispermoon. Any help (in any area) would be much appreciated. Radar123 02:13, 13 March 2007 (UTC)
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