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#1 Melusina


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Posted 14 February 2010 - 11:37 AM


here I introduce myself.

my nickname comes from drawing in "Poema a Fumetti" (Dino Buzzati), in which the Melusinas are sort of winged heads that float around during full moon nights. Melusine is also the archetypical Mermaid from old French legends.

As for my real self: I moved to Switzerland one year ago, having found a job here after my former company in Dresden declared bankruptcy the 15th of January 2009. Travelling makes life interesting... and I had my share, as I have not lived consecutively in the same place for more than 4 years since... since 1992, when I left Milano to get to Tokyo. I am a process engineer for Etch processes in the manufacturing of DRAMs and logic circuits... sorry, I was. Now I work for LPCVD engineering. Italian, woman, single, very independent, except when it comes to computers...

And most sadly I am here with a problem... more about this in my next post.

Bye Federica

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Posted 14 February 2010 - 04:05 PM

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