20 Dec 2011


I use the internet, and Google mostly to answer questions I have. Some times when I get an answer I have been looking for I post about it on my blog / social media. I recently found my favorite sight for interacting with like minded individuals. You would have come across stack exchange on some of your Google searches as well.

The community is not made up of normal's, but exceptional people. Who are very knowledgeable in the areas they contribute. The technical areas of programming, Linux, security and and language.  As a introvert I find my self clinking from question to the next to read all the different and interesting responses.
I spent some time answering questions as well.

how to copy an ubuntu install from one laptop to another http://askubuntu.com/questions/62340/how-to-copy-an-ubuntu-install-from-one-laptop-to-another/62383#62383

how are typical users expected to read the documentation in usr share doc http://askubuntu.com/questions/24072/how-are-typical-users-expected-to-read-the-documentation-in-usr-share-doc/29768#29768 with my answer http://askubuntu.com/a/29768/10998.

why do computers work in binary http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5165013/why-do-computers-work-in-binary/5167023#5167023

I highly recommend, using your Google account to create an account on stackexchange. To ask your technical questions here.

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