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Topic # 112599 13-Dec-2012 18:04
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Hello everyone, Just come here to say hi, I've been 'lurking' around for sometime now Tongue Out, until the last major Telecom outage that force me to Googling around for answers, and there I stumble in Geekzone, thanks for that Laughing. Hope to join the 'geeks' community of kiwis, I dont consider myself a geek as I just having a BIG interest with computer topics and hardware stuff. Hopefully, I can be a big help in here.

Let see here what else?

Hobbies? Mainly, I use my laptop to play games like Battlefield 3, PlanetSide 2 etc..., in my other free time I normally read books (mostly technical books), sometime watch tons of YouTube videos.
Occupation? Student at AUT (1st year BCIS under Network and Security major), and a PC Gamer Tongue Out.

Location? I used to live Wellington, but moved to Auckland 6 months ago for the uni.

That should be all, sorry for the long intro, but that's just what I like to do whenever I give an intro, I like to type everything down in full for clarity reasons. Nice to meet you all!




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  Reply # 732180 13-Dec-2012 18:10
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  Reply # 732187 13-Dec-2012 18:23
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  Reply # 732238 13-Dec-2012 19:47
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