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Hi From A Desperate College Teacher

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#1 stu rain

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Posted 16 May 2008 - 02:48 PM

Hi everyone. I just posted my hijackthis log in the other section and would like to thank all those who will come and help me out.

I teach 3D and web design in college. I use a PC because 3D Max works on a PC (not Mac) and pc's are generally cheaper for the power it gives you vs buying a mac that can cost the same amount of a used cars. I like macs too, and if 3D max worked natively on Mac I might be more mac centric.

As a teacher in an art school, almost all the computers around are Macs. Which is a skewed version of the real world. So I'm also happy to teach one of the few classes on a PC to let art students know that in the work place they might encounter a non mac environment. And if they want to just do art, there is an alternative to spending 1000's of dollars to get started -- they can spend 100's and get started too.

But, being in a Mac centric place has its drawbacks... viruses. The PCs aren't guarded as well as the Macs. And I caught a virus from doing my job as a teacher -- collecting student homework and bring it home to grade. Occupational hazard :thumbsup:

When I'm not teaching, I'm programming interactive stuff (flash, C#, etc).

If you have any 3D questions or Flash questions I'd be happy to help out, I'm in the information sharing business by trade :flowers:

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#2 Starbuck


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Posted 17 May 2008 - 02:26 AM

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I see that your Hjt log has been answered. You are in good hands. :thumbsup:
It's good to see you here as a member.


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Posted 17 May 2008 - 08:14 AM

Welcome to BC!
I hope you will become an active helper in the forums where your areas of expertise and experience will help others.
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