xkcd original source
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I’m a journalist with Canadian Business magazine in Canada and I’m writing a piece about Flattr.
I saw on the website you use Flattr, and wondering if you might be interested in chatting with me about this.
Are you still based in Canada?
Look forward to hearing back from you,
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