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Thank you CNET!

by zeebell / April 6, 2005 4:43 AM PDT

As I was "mentoring" some students in basic computer class this morning -- I help teach computer classes for our local computer club ----- several asked me how I learned what I know about computers. I do remind them that I was once where they are now -- a beginner transfixed to intermediate (maybe advanced at certain times) (LOL).

I chuckle and tell them --- well, when I worked I did word processing but never got into the nitty gritty of what makes PC's tick. About 4 years ago, my interest level changed and I wanted to know more.

Thanks to cnet I was able to do that. I have gained "bits and pieces" from our local computer club; however, 90% of my knowledge has come from you folks here.

I truly appreciate the mods and their willingness to work with the world in conquering PC situations and sharing their knowledge here at the forum. Thank you too Lee for your efforts in making cnet a great place to come.

Too, a forum would not be such without its members - so kudos to all of us too!

I'm sure I'm speaking for most people here when I say thank you ----- but on a cool, rainy, spring day, for some reason I just needed to say this.

Julea

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Well said Julea
by phil66 / April 6, 2005 5:41 AM PDT
In reply to: Thank you CNET!

My feeling exactly the same as yours.

These folks all deserve a very large"Pat on the back"

Ray

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Right on Julea...
by chuck44 / April 6, 2005 5:57 AM PDT
In reply to: Thank you CNET!

Without these forums, I would be pretty clueless also.
No wisecracks or remarks needed please..
You guys are the GREATEST!

from another Ray

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My feelings exactly!
by Shirley R / April 6, 2005 11:46 AM PDT
In reply to: Right on Julea...

I've been visiting these forums almost everyday for over five years, and the help we get from everyone is truly great.

THANKS ONE AND ALL.

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