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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 30341 5-Feb-2009 06:34
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Although I live in Hong Kong, I'm setting up a media center for my parents who live in Masterton, New Zealand (so DVB-S). Hence the interest in geekzone. Plus this is an active forum, has a nice vibe, and has been very helpful.

Other than that, I am also the author of the TVXB tv guide software. TVxb works the way it is because the HK guide has to come from 10-20 different web-sites so it needs to be able to interpret data in tabular format in general.

I'm moving to Seattle (or perhaps Portland) in a couple of months (90% probability) and move planning is occupying my time.

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Red Jungle

Reply # 194176 5-Feb-2009 07:58
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Welcome to Geekzone!

Red Jungle: we make fantastic software

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  Reply # 194189 5-Feb-2009 09:13
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Always great to welcome another media center user to the boards


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  Reply # 195195 10-Feb-2009 21:07
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Welcome to Geekzone! Really do like Seattle and keen on visiting one day!

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