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Cameron Clapp ... strolled the crowded sidewalks ... flashing the
megawatt smile that brightens his Web site and various photographs in
newspapers and magazines that have chronicled his story as he travels...
(Article ends something like this, but I don't think that I'm giving
away the store because there's a lot of good stuff in the middle.)
Clapp ... has three sets of legs: one for walking, one for running and
one for swimming..."I might not look too beautiful,"...how digital
technologies ... and how similar technological leaps are sure to improve
My technical communication tie-in: The development of this kind of
technology also depends on people who are experts in the presentation of
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