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April 9th, 2008 by Cristina Costa

I know, I know….You are already thinking… what the heck is she doing there too??!!

Like a friend of mine says: my-self is all over the (Internet) place!

Well… it’s true, but what can I do? It kinda goes with my digital personality!

Graham Attwell and his team have invited me to join their spot. I am not really sure if they are well aware of what this may mean 😀 : a lot of Portuglish, quotes from Fernando Pessoa – The Poet, music once in a while, some random reflections about my humble existence and activity, and, of course, lots of web 2.0 (non)sense in between! 😉 … That’s me. I guess!

Ok, I am quite nervous to be able to publish along side with the Pontydysgu Team and the Mentor, but I am also very proud to be able to do so.

This is going to be GREAT FUN!

And in the end, that is all that really matters!

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One Response to “1,2,3…Testing”

  1. Graham Attwell says:

    Welcome to the Pontydysgu site, Cristina. Its going to be a lot of fun for us too, having you here. Looking forward to the poetry!

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