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Hi from GA, IA & NE in the USA

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#1 MomsHugs


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Posted 07 February 2009 - 07:48 PM

Hi from the great states of GA, IA & NE in the USA! Used computers since early 70's... IBM mainframe workstation (DOS), IBM desktop (WordPerfect), Gateway desktop (Windows, WordPerfect), NEC Notebook/docking station (Windows 3.1, Word/Excel), Dell desktop (Windows 98, Microsoft Office), & now Toshiba laptop (WinXP, MS Office). Nice knowing DOS to add memory to Gateway desktop & boost CMOS in NEC Notebook. There are times I really miss the simplicity of Win3.1 & wonder if those old machines will become valuable classics... like old cars are today. :flowers:

Now retired, reading online w/laptop in lap, enjoying all the Internet has to offer to anyone wishing to do good ... hating all the Internet has to offer criminals & others who wish to do harm. Much like the wild West of old, it will take more Wyatt Earps to tame it (if only I were young :trumpet: ).

Meanwhile, back at the OK Corral, I truly appreciate those volunteers willing to give time & talent to ride in the posse of today. :thumbsup:

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#2 GTK48


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Posted 07 February 2009 - 09:11 PM

Welcome to BC from another old timer :thumbsup:


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