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Topic # 23384 27-Jun-2008 10:10
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Hi,

My name is Nigel and Live in CHCH, been on the web for years and didn't know this site existed.

I currently work at Lincoln Uni as a Science technician, building and setting up experimental equipment for projects. (mostly for the agriculture industry)

Worn many workhats over the years, Engineer(Sheetmetal) by trade, A few years as an Aircraft engineer(Qantas) and a Local firm in CHCH, a few years Audio engineering(recording) in the UK.

I have been mucking around with PC's for nearly ten years now and in recent years got into home theatre. This replaced my old hobby of racing motorbikes(125cc GP bikes) around the curcuits of NZ.

Been running a sideline business trading as "Masterpiece Calibration Ltd", which is about video calibration, plasmas, LCDs hometheatres and PC's. Image science foundation acredited(ISF).

Regards
Nigel



P.S. Smokey the kitty says hi too <^..^>
  




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  Reply # 140854 27-Jun-2008 10:19
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Welcome to GZ, cool another cantab :)

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  Reply # 140856 27-Jun-2008 10:29
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Welcome to Geekzone Nigel.  Sounds like you'll have some expert opinion for this thread...

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 140876 27-Jun-2008 11:34
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Masterpiece: My name is Nigel and Live in CHCH 

Sorry about those two things (actually - CHCH is not that bad to be honest...)

Oh wait....

Hang on....

Apparently we are meant to be nice to new members!!

HAI !!  Laughing

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