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#41302 14-Sep-2009 15:26
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I am what everyone in my company sometimes refers to "tech-tarded". I am going to need alot of help on here from some of you. Any advice on phone, voip, and systems similar to five9 would greatly be appreciated.
Who knows, maybe I might actually be able to help some of you out.

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  #255617 14-Sep-2009 15:36
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Tech-tarded - loving it.

Welcome to Geekzone.

I often refer to a couple of my friends as "technological wastelands" - you put them in front of a pc with Google's home page in front of them, and say "type www.hotmail.com in the address bar", and you can hear the tumbleweeds rolling through the harsh uncompromising unforgiving desert of an organ they call a brain, as they struggle to comprehend the overly jargon-istic instruction that I barked at them, as if I expected that they had a Phd in understanding what the hell it is that I am on about.

/done

*breathe Tony*







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  #255638 14-Sep-2009 16:19
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welcome to Geekzone. We can help educate you




that would be an ecumenical matter

 
 
 
 


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  #255675 14-Sep-2009 17:54
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  #255742 14-Sep-2009 21:14
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Haha! 'www.hotmail.com' into Google search is classic.

Oh, by the way, welcome. :)

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  #255761 14-Sep-2009 22:43
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Greetings and welcome to Geekzone.

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  #255786 15-Sep-2009 06:52
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I believe the term you are looking for is Digitard




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