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phppgadmin howto  http://www.stelzner.com/copy-HowTo-whitepapers.php. Here's the first point... 1. A Compelling Title Why? Because the title is the first part of your white paper the reader sees. And, it might be the only thing the reader sees, if the title is used as a link to the white paper itself: a lousy title won’t inspire readers to click and download, never mind read it. So, the title should grab the reader’s attention, by stating clearly and concisely what the white paper is about. Not too plain (the dry Read More

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Novell


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Partner-friendly Oracle Update - Part 1


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