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Topic # 94480 12-Dec-2011 19:26
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OK, so apparently I never formally introduced myself here.

Here goes: well, I am a 16 year old student who tends to travel from house to house rather frequently. I have quite a bit of experience with Windows, Macs, iOS, website development (HTML, JS, CSS, PHP, MySQL) and wireless technologies (WiFi a/b/g/n on 900MHz, 2.4GHz & 5GHz, along with 802.11s Meshing). I also know a reasonable amount about cellular networks (OpenBTS) and just general networking (TCP/IP).

I do most of my work on a 2011 13" MacBook Air and have a wireless meshing system setup to provide wifi coverage throughout our large house (which has a metallic firewall halfway to prevent fires burning up the whole house...).

Day to day I do schoolwork via. correspondence and am working on a fully integrated wireless meshing and billing system. It is available here, though, there is not a lot of info. on it as we have not fully launched just yet.

So, thats pretty much me.

Oh and I've been banned a few times on here before...
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  Reply # 557167 12-Dec-2011 19:30
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  Reply # 557170 12-Dec-2011 19:33
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That doesn't make any sense?

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  Reply # 557173 12-Dec-2011 19:36
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Definitely been banned before. Remember that incident with the avatar and the buttons? :)

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  Reply # 557180 12-Dec-2011 19:47
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You have been warned over that. And over a couple of other things, the first one 6th April 2010 4:45pm, by Nate.

So just behave, stop the trolling and all will be well.






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  Reply # 557181 12-Dec-2011 19:53
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freitasm: You have been warned over that. And over a couple of other things, the first one 6th April 2010 4:45pm, by Nate.

So just behave, stop the trolling and all will be well.

I'm sorry, the trolling? Ha, like what?

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