“Who is” Series Recap – May 2011

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It’s time for a recap of the “Who is” posts of past month:

Who is Ian Fernando?

First “Who is” post of this month featured Ian Fernando. You can read more about him at Ian Fernando’s Website and connect with him through Ian Fernando’s Twitter.

Ian Fernando

Who is Yaro Starak?

Second “Who is” post of this month featured Yaro Starak. You can read more about him at Yaro Starak’s Website and connect with him through Yaro Starak’s Twitter.

Yaro Starak

Who is Martin “Finch” Osborn?

Third “Who is” post of this month featured Martin “Finch” Osborn. You can read more about him at Martin “Finch” Osborn’s Website and connect with him through Martin “Finch” Osborn’s Twitter.

Martin Finch Osborn

Who is Justin “Buddy” Dupre?

Fourth “Who is” post of this month featured Justin “Buddy” Dupre. You can read more about him at Justin “Buddy” Dupre’s Website and connect with him through Justin “Buddy” Dupre’s Twitter.

Justin Buddy Dupre

Who is Michael Dunlop?

Fifth “Who is” post of this month featured Michael Dunlop. You can read more about him at Michael Dunlop’s Website and connect with him through Michael Dunlop’s Twitter.

Michael Dunlop

As it seems that these posts are really appreciated by my readers, I am already working on featuring some great people in the upcoming articles! If you want to learn more about the “Who is” series, I invite you to read the following page: Who is.

Sté Kerwer
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