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July 13, 2007


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Jeremy Gregg

Great article! Some very good points in it. Most of the articles I've read have just pointed out the obvious (avoid jargon, be concise, include a budget, etc.). This one, however, really gets at the heart of what makes a good proposal.

Thanks for posting it, Phil!


Hmm, link doesn't seem to work for me. Sometimes simple technology makes me feel dumb.


Link seems to have gone dead. Not sure why, it had been working. Maybe the resource was withdrawn.

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