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Master Geek
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Topic # 13472 11-May-2007 20:15 Send private message

Greetings to this community,

I have been in what can loosely termed as the 'IT industry' since before IBM released their first PC - working mostly in and around mainframes.  Interests include most sports - exceptions being basketball, netball and field hockey (there are probably others but I cant think of them at the mo).

I have found Geekzone to be a great way to expend technology horizons and I intend to have a good look around the forums now.




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  Reply # 70432 11-May-2007 20:27 Send private message

There are people like you everwhere - just a bit surprised you surfaced so soon.




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