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2004-06-03 18:52:39
The Cheers magazine is always looking for new people to join our extremely international team of writers. Right now we are looking for more people who would be interested in writing about IT-related topics. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact us by writing to work@thecheers.org, subject line should say "IT journalist". In your first email please tell us a bit about yourself, your previous experience (either as a writer on IT topics or as a IT specialist) and  estimation on your availability.



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