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#1 Serious Noize

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 10:40 AM

  Hello everyone at Bleeping Computer.  I decided to join the forums today because it seems lately that every time I do an internet search the links leading me to the answers I seek always end up here with the answers.


I have used computers for years and years starting back when there was only dial up, I ran a multitude of various BBS's back in those early days when there were no smart phones, no world wide web and starting out I had a state of the art at the time 300 baud dial up modem!


It is amazing to me to see how far technology has come along in just the last 20 years. When I started out using computers pretty much floppy drives were the standard for most everything, that and old data cassettes which worked some of the time and other times didn't. I mention this because growing up during those days a lot of the things as a kid at the time that we could only dream of has as of late become a reality here in modern times, for example, controlling a PC with voice command, cars that can drive themselves "Being tested by Google now", 3D printers.... LOL, anybody remember the "PAY PHONE"?.... Just amazing to see how far technology has come in such a short time, imagine where it might be in 20 more years.


Anyways, just wanted to say hello and can see an endless amount  of helpful and informative information to be found here.

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