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# 78559 4-Mar-2011 08:54
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Hola, i'm Dora...oh wait, sorry, been reading my daughter some stories.

Introductions, I'm a developer in co-hoots with my wife (an IT Business Analyst) so we work with clients to develop custom database and software solutions... 30 second elevator pitch over with :)

We are a family of gadget'ophiles with even our 2 year old having an e-book reader.  Do those leapfrog learning to read talking book things count as e-books?  Anyway, just thought I would say hi, "hi" and apart from working like a slave during the week, I love to try and convince myself that I can build and customise the "ultimate" HTPC / home automation system, at which time is currently a glorified MP3 player!

In between opening cases just-to-see-how-things-are-put-together, I love getting back to the manly pursuits of mountain biking and rock climbing.  When I say rock-climbing, don't picture a Bear Gryls type rock climber- anyone can climb shear rock faces, it takes real skill though to climb the intermediate level of our indoor facility....at chipmunks.   

Anyway, that's me, I plan on being more active in the GeekZone community, just have to get over my overwhelming desire for procrastination.

Cheers, until next time.

Grant 

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  # 445478 4-Mar-2011 12:39
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Welcome to Geekzone




that would be an ecumenical matter

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  # 446333 7-Mar-2011 15:32
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Welcome to the forum!!!

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  # 447723 12-Mar-2011 01:12
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welcome.. where r u from??

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  # 447733 12-Mar-2011 06:22
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10 print "HelloBack"

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