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Many, many, many thanks to my sister Kathy, and my friends Lisa and Landon, for pointing out a wealth of typos! If you're saying, "What typos?" the credit is theirs; if you find any errors the responsibility is mine alone. Thanks also to Jim, David, and Julie, the supportive souls who encouraged me to shape this paper to more closely represent my vision. As of 14 August 2011 this is a revised version which incorporates much of the feedback I have received from readers (especially Mike Dailey, a LinkedIn peer). Thank you all!