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#1 KermitD

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Posted 28 April 2005 - 01:06 PM

Hi Everybody,
I'm a retired techno-weenie. I have installed radar sites in Alaska, Communications sites in Puerto Rico, and worked 15 years at Kennedy Space Center during the Apollo-Saturn days. My first computer was a Radio Shack Color Computer. The first computer I used that didn't have a TV set for a monitor was an IBM PC with a 1.95 mhz clock ($5000.00 with a monochrome monitor). There is a lot of info on the web about computers, but if I have a question about something, I have learned that the place to go is to a forum, like this one, to get answers in a hurry. Of course, I have learned a few things, myself along the way (I haven't made all of the mistakes, yet, but I've made my share) and will be glad to offer any help I can.

I'm glad to be on board.
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#2 jgweed

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Posted 28 April 2005 - 03:17 PM

Welcome to BC!
Our members vary in experience, but everyone attempts to help each other out with computer problems and questions, sharing areas of expertise and experience where they can. I am sure your contributions will help others.
Regards,
John
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