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Please stop posting messages on my talkpage telling where these are, you will not be the first. It is a JOKE (but not very funny now I've had to explain it), if I really want to know I can just follow the wikilinks in the boxes.
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My specialisation on Wikipedia is rapidly becoming 1920s electronic filter designs and designers. I know, this is sadly narrow and it is also not what I had set out to do on Wikipedia. Quite by accident, I discovered that there were virtually no articles in this field and co-incidentally, I happened to know a great deal on the subject. It seems that for every article I write, another three are suggested by the process of writing. Perhaps there will be an end to it one day, but at the moment it looks like it will go on forever. For variety, however, I also write articles on sequential move puzzles (and virtually anything else that takes my fancy).


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