AndriHerdiyanto
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Most Precious Legacy

What is your legacy? The most precious legacy actually is education. And in this information and creative era, we can build a Knowledge Management System using information and communication technology. So that our system could serve as much people as it can. This notes just wanna inspire you to start building your own legacy. So that you won't regret your life when the time to die has come. And one day you can say, "Hey, I already have my own precious legacy. So, it's okay if I die now. I will rest in peace." Regards, Andri Herdiyanto
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