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  1. #16
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    i´m a network technican in austria, Server wih NT 4.0 / 2000 (yeark !!) and Novell Netware 4.x - 5 (strike, best network os behind unix !!).

  2. #17
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    I'm a real life bum that doesn't do anything! I still live my parents now, I'm 25 and that isn't uncommon in my country. My parents support almost everyhting I do. Whenever I acquire a small or BIG project... all I have to do in return is buy my family a nice cake to eat after dinner. Both mine and my girlfriend's parents are colaborating to build us a house where we're going to live soon. We already own the property and just getting the house built is all we need from there.

    Supporting her is the easy part because... you got it. Our parents have already put aside money for us to live on. It's just my choice if I want to get a job for the extra income.

    That's life!

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    ? Quantum Physics ? Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

  3. #18
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    Have anybody mentioned that youre SPOILED, Toolbox??
    Well, about what I do for living.
    I'm a computer engineer, repairing computers (mainly IBM and Toshiba), some networkadministration and so on. I recently became in charge of our logistics too, so there's plenty to do over here( xept right now ).

  4. #19
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    Analyst/Prog for mainframe applications. I am working on contract for a hardware/software company in Thailand.
    neildlb

  5. #20
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    Nov 1998
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    Just in Italy
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    Paralegal, Work the Computer Help desk for all the Legal Offices.
    Also a full time student. And part time Computer builder, troubleshooter

    Michael
    AMD64 3200, 1 Gb Ram, ATI 9800xt(256)
    AMD 2700+, 1Gb Ram, Geforce4600 VIVO
    AMD 2000+, 1 1/8Gb Ram, ATI 8500 (128)
    AMD 1800+, 1Gb Ram, ATI 9600 pro(128)
    Intel 1.6Ghz (478), 768Mb Ram, 8500 (128)

  6. #21
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    Austin, Texas, USA
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    I am a Mechanical Engineer currently working a contract assignment for General Electric Transformer in Shreveport, Louisiana. I also am a Rapid Prototyping Engineer part time working for the Biomedical Research Foundation of Northwest Louisiana. I operate an SLA 3500 in that job. I also own my own computer business that I do in my "spare time" so I really dont have much extra time to do anything other than work!



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    Mike
    www.monster-machines.com
    Mike
    Mechanical Engineer
    Dell Computer Corporation
    Server Development

  7. #22
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    Markham, Ontario, Canada
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    I am a blue line watcher in a high tech company...

  8. #23
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    California
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    Install/program PC based voice mail systems
    and PBXs(digital business telephone systems)
    Yor Cornputer can be yer friend.

  9. #24
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    Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil
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    I am a system engineer and I develop Internet Banking systems for Banks, actually Citibank in Latin America

  10. #25
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    Oct 1999
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    Network Administrator/Production Manager at a Marketing and Graphics Design firm. Most of my work is done on Macintosh based machines and programs. (YUCK!!!) Windows NT based system is used for all internet/e-mail systems we have. Unfortunately I just do basic administration on these systems. The tough stuff we contract out due to the fact that I'm not a wonderful MAC guru!!!!

    P.S.- jjr512, the Beretta 9mm is a nice firearm but the best weapon of choice is a GLOCK!!!
    Main DVD MM Rig:
    CoolerMaster Storm Scout
    AM3 Phenom II x4 955BE @ 3.6 ghz
    Corsair H50 Watercooling kit
    4.0 GB AData DDR3
    GIGABYTE GA-MA770T-UD3P Mainboard
    Western Digital 750GB 7200rpm w/32mb cache
    Samsung 750GB 7200rpm w/32mb cache
    Western Digital 1.0TB 7200rpm w/32mb cache
    LG 20x DVDRW-DL "SuperDrive"
    PNY GeForce 9800gt 1024mb w/Samsung 245BW 24" LCD
    Corsair 620w Modular Power Supply
    Logitech z-640 5.1's
    Logitech Wireless Mouse
    Win 7 Ultimate........

  11. #26
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    Network Administrator/Production Manager at a Marketing and Graphics Design firm. Most of my work is done on Macintosh based machines and programs. (YUCK!!!) Windows NT based system is used for all internet/e-mail systems we have. Unfortunately I just do basic administration on these systems. The tough stuff we contract out due to the fact that I'm not a wonderful MAC guru!!!!

    P.S.- jjr512, the Beretta 9mm is a nice firearm but the best weapon of choice is a GLOCK!!!
    Main DVD MM Rig:
    CoolerMaster Storm Scout
    AM3 Phenom II x4 955BE @ 3.6 ghz
    Corsair H50 Watercooling kit
    4.0 GB AData DDR3
    GIGABYTE GA-MA770T-UD3P Mainboard
    Western Digital 750GB 7200rpm w/32mb cache
    Samsung 750GB 7200rpm w/32mb cache
    Western Digital 1.0TB 7200rpm w/32mb cache
    LG 20x DVDRW-DL "SuperDrive"
    PNY GeForce 9800gt 1024mb w/Samsung 245BW 24" LCD
    Corsair 620w Modular Power Supply
    Logitech z-640 5.1's
    Logitech Wireless Mouse
    Win 7 Ultimate........

  12. #27
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    I am new around here but will still take part in this conversation.... I am also glad to see that lots of you know what you are talking about when it comes to computers...lotta combined experience here.

    I am a working stiff for an auto parts manufacturer. That's right....hard labour factory work. BTW if any of ya own a GM full-size truck or SUV there is a good chance I made the tranny mount for it....hehe who really cares eh?

    Steel
    Visit my Wedpage here

  13. #28
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    Oct 1999
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    I'm a senator from North Carolina - and a complete idiot!


  14. #29
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    Apr 1999
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    Hey Toolbox,

    do you think your parents will adopt me ???
    I'm only 30 and I don't eat much....

    Col



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    Just because I don't care, doesn't mean I don't understand.
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  15. #30
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    I knew I should've kept my mouth shut!
    ? Quantum Physics ? Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

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