Thanks for your post Mike. It's been years ago now when I started using cnet, but between Grif, Toni (don't know if she's still around), Randy, Bob, Carol, Ed, and many others along the way have helped me out of bad situations. They've always been so willing to come to the aid and complete a rescue mission (LOL).
Now a days I don't have many issues as between cnet, and volunteering for our local computer club, I have learned so much over time and remember most of it -- and I have an archive I've created and refer to it from time to time. For about 7 years I helped teach computer classes for our local club -- until my hearing got so bad I didn't do well in a classroom environment. However, I do continue to help with their bi-monthly open house help clinics they open up to the public. It's fun and challenging for me and keeps me on my toes. I'Ve often referred cnet to people and hopefully they've gained some members over the years.
When I first started with cnet I was afraid to ask a question, then someone posted, a dumb question is one never asked, so it went from there. I read posts and learned from that long before I ever started posting. Once I did, I found it wasn't so hard afterall (LOL). Anyway, I can't thank cnet enough for being here 24/7 and just glad I found them. Funny thing is, how I found them was doing a search years ago for "computer help." There they were in the list and I've been in and out since.
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