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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 42885 13-Oct-2009 15:56
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Hi All,

Thought I better introduce myself.

My name is Steven and I've been a reader of Geekzone for sometime now. I've enjoyed the information I've been able to gather from the forums to help with some of the IT dilemmas that have confronted me. So I've finally gotten my act together and joined the masses.

I'm just a normal guy who enjoys gadgets and likes to know how things work. I suppose it all started with pulling apart pens again and again at a young age... I don't profess any great understanding of computers but am keen to pick up any knowlegde that anyone is will to part with.

I'm living in Christchurch and work in the accountancy/finance sector and sometimes delve into the world of computers.

I look forward to being involved in the Geekzone community.



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  Reply # 263687 13-Oct-2009 15:59
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Welcome from a fellow Christchurchian!


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  Reply # 263690 13-Oct-2009 16:14
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Welcome to Geekzone!

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Welcome... Christchurch needs more Geekzoners....

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  Reply # 263701 13-Oct-2009 17:10
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Welcome to Geekzone

that would be an ecumenical matter

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  Reply # 266006 22-Oct-2009 11:25
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Welcome to geekzone I am new also.. Im from New Plymouth nice to meet you

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  Reply # 266024 22-Oct-2009 11:55
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I skim-read the following "pulling apart pens again and again at a young age" and got the shock of my life - had to reread it... phew.

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