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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 56534 15-Jan-2010 15:11
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Hello All,

cliche i know but another long time reader first time poster here.

I am an Analyst Developer working for Telecom NZ since 2006 and lurking the Geekzone forums since about the same time.  Certainly provided plenty of very useful advice and tips, e.g. Okta Touch firmware upgrade threads.  Currently Enjoying the Tivo forums (new toy!).

I studied Telecommunications at Otago university in Dunedin before moving to Wellington where i am currently based.

Consider myself a pretty typical male for my generation,  i.e. enjoys 'playing with' all manner of electronic gadgets, computers, and entertainment equipment and 'big boys toys'.

topics of interest that come to mind off the top of my head include: computers (hardware, overclocking etc), phones, tivo, HTPCs, networking & wireless technologies, Gaming (PC&Console), Digital Photography (DSLR).

anyway finally signed up (had a feeling i had a username a long time ago, but its long forgotten...)

Cheers
FPS (Ross) 

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  Reply # 290349 15-Jan-2010 15:30
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Welcome to Geekzone :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 290359 15-Jan-2010 16:22
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Welcome to Geekzone :)

There are several developers and others who work for Telecom already here on Geekzone.




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  Reply # 290361 15-Jan-2010 16:28
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Thanks all.

@gtxboyracer yeah i can beleive that, GZ is often seen open on many a screens around the floor.

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  Reply # 290364 15-Jan-2010 16:40
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Welcome to GZ!

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  Reply # 292347 22-Jan-2010 22:31
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Welcome. :)

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  Reply # 292369 22-Jan-2010 23:44
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"lurking" Geekzone - I love it.
Welcome from another new member.
Good to see a detailed intro too.

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