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July 28, 2010


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Peter Heath

Nice one, Katie - and best of luck to Caleb. If you don't mind, I'd love to link to this from the comments section in a piece about evaluation on my own blog, The PRBlog (www.prblog.co.nz).

Please let me know if you'd prefer not to be linked.

Bill Paarlberg

Thanks for the comment, Peter. You are welcome to link to this article. We plan future updates on both Caleb's progress and on how it is measured. --Bill Paarlberg, Editor

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