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This looks great, thanks, we should try and come up with some way to separate the standard welcome book content from user contributed content. Many invitees like myself have likely already read it or at least browsed. It is probably better than nothing but I bet people will be reticent to make edits. [[User:Thadk|Thadk]] 08:28, 20 July 2007 (PDT)
This looks great, thanks, we should try and come up with some way to separate the standard welcome book content from user contributed content. Many invitees like myself have likely already read it or at least browsed. It is probably better than nothing but I bet people will be reticent to make edits. [[User:Thadk|Thadk]] 08:28, 20 July 2007 (PDT)
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What do you think about merging the Crisis Corps and the UNV info under Continuing Services?[[User:Scott|Scott]] 13:03, 3 August 2007 (PDT) <br />
 
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Tom Coyner (K-35) maintains a web page, [RPCVs-Korea[Media:http://www.tomcoyner.com/xpcv.html]], that tracks all known email addresses of Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Korea plus a email of a some of the Peace Corps Korea staff.  There is also a limited number of updated photos and hot links. This is part of a very large, personal web site that includes extensive information on past and current Korea and Japan at www.tomcoyner.com.
Tom Coyner (K-35) maintains a web page, [RPCVs-Korea[Media:http://www.tomcoyner.com/xpcv.html]], that tracks all known email addresses of Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Korea plus a email of a some of the Peace Corps Korea staff.  There is also a limited number of updated photos and hot links. This is part of a very large, personal web site that includes extensive information on past and current Korea and Japan at www.tomcoyner.com.

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This looks great, thanks, we should try and come up with some way to separate the standard welcome book content from user contributed content. Many invitees like myself have likely already read it or at least browsed. It is probably better than nothing but I bet people will be reticent to make edits. Thadk 08:28, 20 July 2007 (PDT)

Tom Coyner (K-35) maintains a web page, [RPCVs-Korea[Media:http://www.tomcoyner.com/xpcv.html]], that tracks all known email addresses of Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Korea plus a email of a some of the Peace Corps Korea staff. There is also a limited number of updated photos and hot links. This is part of a very large, personal web site that includes extensive information on past and current Korea and Japan at www.tomcoyner.com.

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