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Topic # 29003 19-Dec-2008 00:52
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Hi,
Great site, this is more like it.

Namaste!

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  Reply # 185052 19-Dec-2008 04:11
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Welcome.  You'll probably find the Meaning of Life somewhere in this site Surprised




I was a geek before the word was invented!

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Reply # 185054 19-Dec-2008 05:47
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Welcome to geekzone!

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Reply # 185068 19-Dec-2008 08:32
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Welcome to Geekzone!




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Reply # 185331 20-Dec-2008 16:48
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Great site, must have a great boss!



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Reply # 185748 22-Dec-2008 23:38
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anyone tryed google chrome lately?

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  Reply # 187008 2-Jan-2009 13:03
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Welcome to Geekzone! I have tried out Chrome, what do you think of it? I still prefer Mozilla Firefox...

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Reply # 187012 2-Jan-2009 13:15
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Welcome to Geekzone Thomas.  Hope your New Year has kicked off well for you!



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Reply # 187022 2-Jan-2009 14:32
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Same to you. I use all three browsers. I hate to say it but google chrome is growing on me. I think it is proving to be sharper and it is certainly better at displaying some  YOUTUBE channels as compared to IE. That being said, IE is better for some web pages.
Overall I agree, Mozilla is hard to beat.

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