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Topic # 7890 18-May-2006 23:39
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Hi everyone,
I used to be a web designer but now I spend a lot of time in my garage working on an army of small harmless robots.
I am hoping to study electronic engineering next year. My 5 year old son thinks evil genius is a reasonable career prospect for when he grows up :-)
Look forward to talking about geek stuff with you all! Cool.

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Reply # 36064 18-May-2006 23:53
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Robots huh....cool.

Welcome to Geekzone. Enjoy the ride.

Got to hear more about these robots....

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Reply # 36101 19-May-2006 14:34
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Robots hmm I have two :P both harmless
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I also want to hear more about these robots

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Reply # 36104 19-May-2006 14:48
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I want AIBO... you got there?

Welcome too, you'll like it here.


Speaking or robots, coincidentally, Xtra has a tech news on about robot, RoboCup (video).




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Reply # 36384 23-May-2006 14:52
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My 5 year old son thinks evil genius is a reasonable career prospect for when he grows up :-)


I like his point of view. :)




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