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#27215 18-Oct-2008 03:07
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Hi, my name is Duncan and I've visited these forums occasionally over the last few years.  So I thought it was time to join up and contribute something.  I'm a geek from WAY back - at uni in the 70s and been playing with computers and instrumentation ever since!  And the best part is that I keep getting paid to do it.




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  #171903 18-Oct-2008 09:08
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Welcome! and you have made a wise decision. Cool

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#171906 18-Oct-2008 09:14
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Hi Duncan, Welcome to the dark side!

 
 
 
 


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Welcome to Geekzone!




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#171955 18-Oct-2008 13:51
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#172047 19-Oct-2008 10:45
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Duncan run far far away, you are trapped forever now!

Kidding, welcome to GZ!

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#172077 19-Oct-2008 15:07
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Interesting handle... Welcome to Geekzone Duncan.



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  #172166 19-Oct-2008 23:01
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Dratsab: Interesting handle... Welcome to Geekzone Duncan.

IMO, one of Microsoft's better OS efforts.  XP is bloatware in comparison.

Thanks everyone.




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Welcome! Looking forward to lots of discussing!

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