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  Reply # 1247331 26-Feb-2015 21:02
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Needed help with some networking problems. Googled up, Nek Minit "GEEKZONE".

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  Reply # 1247333 26-Feb-2015 21:03
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I can' t remember actual reasoning but consistent search hits on Google soon convinced me that for all answers tech this was the mothersh


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1247335 26-Feb-2015 21:04
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I remember Telecom's forthcoming WCDMA network being a factor; I probably wanted to ask a couple of questions. No fancy story like some of the ones above tongue-out

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  Reply # 1247357 26-Feb-2015 21:30
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It was so long ago.

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  Reply # 1247359 26-Feb-2015 21:33
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looking at one of my earliest posts......


richms: "Do you want to beta test the next version of Media Center? Had this come thru on a mailing list I am on...http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/thread/182376.aspx

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thanks for the tip-off.... i am ever-hopeful that they will at least bring DVB-S and MHEG support into MCE, but i won't be holding my breath


LOL. Well, we got DVB-S no problem, but the MHEG support never really appeared :P




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  Reply # 1247370 26-Feb-2015 21:50
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Found Geekzone when I was trying to find what was the best ISP for family here in NZ (and having to fight with Orcon for them), and from the discussions I recommended them to go with Snap (Which worked a charm).

Then I used Geekzone to do my research before moving to NZ myself. The help I got on the forums have been of big help in moving here! Thanks Mauricio and everyone else here for creating such a great community. I have not experienced anything like it in my many years on the net. (and I have been an active netizen since 1993).

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  Reply # 1247387 26-Feb-2015 21:59
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A bit of lurking then Vodafone stuffed up my house move. Fortunately it was Paul Brislen to the rescue back then.

Good times...

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  Reply # 1247414 26-Feb-2015 23:00
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Looking for a New Zealand based website where and I came across this website, saw that it pretty cool then decided to sign up and here I am almost 6 years later - one of the few websites I've stuck with for so long.




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  Reply # 1247446 26-Feb-2015 23:43
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Google also brought me here. I then discovered what a treasure trove of information this place was and it became a major part of my recreational reading. Whenever I have a question I ask it here and I almost always get the answer. It is a wonderful resource and a great place to hang out. 




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  Reply # 1247451 27-Feb-2015 00:01
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Handle9: A bit of lurking then Vodafone stuffed up my house move. Fortunately it was Paul Brislen to the rescue back then.

Good times...


Where does he work now? He is not TUANZ ceo anymore right?





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  Reply # 1247459 27-Feb-2015 00:23
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I thought geekzone would be a cool name for something but it already existed : ).

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  Reply # 1247464 27-Feb-2015 01:11
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Lurked for years so thought I may as well start posting. A Google search for Vodafone's internet settings was the thing that initially brought me here.

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  Reply # 1247481 27-Feb-2015 03:16
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The knowledgeable members.

I read many threads over the years then decided to join and later decided to subscribe.

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  Reply # 1247494 27-Feb-2015 07:05
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I use to write a epg scrapper for NZ back in the day (around 2004), and geekzone often came up in relation to that.  now days I just stream everything :)

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  Reply # 1247501 27-Feb-2015 07:43
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It was nearly 12 years ago. I can't remember back that far.

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