Thank you PCA, FE, and members

  Simon_P 11:48 18 Sep 04
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Back in 2001 after tirelessly searching for a decent PC tech forum, and stumbling across this one, I have seldom used another since, and would just like to say thank you to all involved.

I have learnt much from here, and it is probably the best learning tool I have ever used and has contributed to my PC building skills web design and trouble shooting.

In 2002 (I think) I volunteered for the Sun Star office challenge and was selected to take part, which I found to be very interesting and intuitive, within this one of the tasks set by the FE was to build a 3 page website (something that I had never considered or even thought I could do) so a big thank you for being pushed in the right direction.

The outcome of that being that I now had minor knowledge to get me started and now have a moderately large site, learning more new tricks all the time and it has provided me with a platform to enhance my main interest/hobby of photography, and has changed the way I now do my hobby.

There are far to many individuals to thank here but would like to thank everyone. There is a wealth of expert knowledge on here, I don’t post that many questions but the ones that I do post are almost always answered within 24-48 hours

I’m not going to name members as I am bound to miss someone and don’t want to cause upset, everyone that has helped me know who they are so I will leave it at that.

End of my rambling!

Thank you

  spuds 12:12 18 Sep 04

It's not rambling, just a statement of fact ;o))

  stalion 12:14 18 Sep 04

in fact it's a statement and thanks for posting it:o))

  Simon_P 12:18 18 Sep 04

I tend to speak in statments (it must be true):-)

  TOPCAT® 14:31 18 Sep 04

Straight from the heart and I'm sure greatly appreciated by those that helped you. Good luck to you! TC.

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