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 +[[http://www.craigslist.org/about/sites|Craigslist]] is according to their homepage "A local classifieds and forums for 570 cities in 50 countries worldwide - community moderated, and largely free".
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 +What this means is that we have a forum where we can advertise services and products to a large audience and possibly recruit people as well.
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 +We have in the past attempted to use Craigslist. The following links are to those efforts. The naming conventiion for subpages is YYYY-MM-DD without the dashes.
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 +[[attempt craigslist under development|Craigslist under development]]
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 +[[craigslist attempt 20090329 2|Volunteer advertisement 2009 03 31]] - We can almost guarantee that you will not **Become a millionaire!** Placed in Tokyo volunteers section.
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 +[[craigslist attempt 20090329 2|Volunteer advertisement 2009 03 29]] - We can almost guarantee that you will not **Become a millionaire!** - NEWSTART in /unsorted_documents
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 +[[craigslist attempt 20092903|20090329]] - A Dutch person in financial services is looking for something worthwhile to do with his time.
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 +[[craigslist attempt 20060815|15082006]] - A request for a studio engineer / technician. (add from coding_project/globability/documents/craigslist15082006.txt)
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