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Old 01-19-2011
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Lightbulb Newly Salted: IWAC Companion Site

Are you a new cruiser? Do you want to read about new cruisers?

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is a companion site to the Interview With A Cruiser Project publishing sporadic self-interviews with people who left to start cruising within the last two years. Our first interview, with Mike & Rebecca from Zero to Cruising went live today.

If you are a new cruiser, please consider joining in with your own self-interview. It's easy and you are invited, encouraged and welcome.

If you want to read about new cruisers, you might want to subscribe (email, feed, twitter, facebook) using the options at the bottom of the page because the interviews will *not* be rolling out on a set schedule like the IWAC Mondays.

Cheers, Livia

PS - Apologies to multiple forum readers for any cross-postings you see
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Just a quick props to Livia for both of her cruising websites...they are both great assets to the cruising community. Thanks for taking the intiative to get these going!
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very cool reading in both websites.. thanks!
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Thanks to you both.

Please do suggest people to interview or volunteer for an interview. Searching for people is the most difficult part of the process (and least fun) for me so I really appreciate any efforts to help find interviewees. People are generally flattered and interested in participating when I contact them...but people are strangely reluctant to volunteer.
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