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Discussion in 'Windows Networking' started by Phil Croft, Jun 1, 2004.

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    Phil Croft Guest

    Hi people, i am new to this forum, but i am very good with networking
    computers together either by Cat5 BNC or wireless, and can help people here
    are my web sites:

    http://www.blacknightcomputers.co.uk
    http://www.blacknightbroadband.co.uk

    here is my email address:




    if anyone needs help with networking then please feel free to email me.

    From
    Phillip Cooper CCNA MCE MCP
    General Networking Guru
     
    Phil Croft, Jun 1, 2004
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    Paul Womar Guest

    [snip]

    Hi Phil, feel free to join here and help people out but this isn't
    really an appropriate place to advertise your business, if you are
    helpful to and include some reference to your business in your signature
    whilst doing so you will probably find that works quite nicely for you.
    I'm not sure I'd be that keen on doing business with someone who
    describes themself as a guru, I don't think have the double (and
    pointless) sig with 2 broken sig-seps really helps convince people that
    you earn that description either. I don't really see much on the good
    old Dejagoogle archives that support the idea that would convince me
    either, just quite a lot to convince me to probably steer clear. Some
    people find listing your certs is a little bit 'wanky' too, but then
    again I might just be a bit grumpy tonight because I can't sleep.

    Cheers, Paul.
     
    Paul Womar, Jun 1, 2004
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    Rob Morley Guest

    If you feel a need to help people how about you participate in the group
    rather than restricting it to email and websites? Oh, I see, you're
    touting for business on a group where advertising is forbidden.
     
    Rob Morley, Jun 1, 2004
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    Lurch Guest

    I'm sure helping out with the group would be just fine.
    Hmm, I don't think qouting qualifications, that may or may not be made
    up, is impressing anyone. And the guru bit, I'd drop that unless you
    want the name calling to start.What happened here then?
    Also, try not writing in capitals, it's really annoying, and on usenet
    it's shouting. Shouting is rude.
    And another thing, if you're trying out advertising, why not try to
    get the grammar right?
     
    Lurch, Jun 1, 2004
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    deKay Guest

    Soni tempori elseu romani yeof helsforo nisson ol sefini ill des Tue, 1 Jun
    2004 00:00:36 +0100, sefini jorgo geanyet des mani yeof do
    uk.comp.home-networking, yawatina tan reek esk "Phil Croft"
    Are you good at fixing intermittent shift keys?


    deKay
     
    deKay, Jun 1, 2004
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  6. from a different Phil.....

    Well I put the Certs there but, at least I don't use the "G" word :)
    I don't even like it when people refer to me with the term "guru",...I'm not
    anywhere close to a Hindu.

    I can't think of much use for a Site, anything I could think of someone else
    is already doing or it's easily found on MS's Site,..so no point in
    reinventing the wheel.
    sleep.

    I think I'm like that most of the time,...I either can't sleep,..can't stay
    awake,...or sometimes because I'm simply awake :)
     
    Phillip Windell, Jun 1, 2004
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  7. I don't like when people refer to me with the "G" word either, but I never
    seen any name calling over it in a group. It might be interesting to see
    what people come up with. Of course a lot of the IT industry has moved to
    India in the last few years, but I don't think I could do it,....my legs go
    numb if I sit crosslegged like that too long,...I'm getting old
     
    Phillip Windell, Jun 1, 2004
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    Roland Hall Guest

    in message : Hi people, i am new to this forum, but i am very good with networking
    : computers together either by Cat5 BNC or wireless, and can help people
    here
    : are my web sites:

    CAT5 is a rated level of cabling and BNC is a connector, not used with UTP
    wiring. They are not comparable subjects. Coax vs UTP or RJ-45 vs BNC
    might be more appropriate but then neither really are appropriate for
    promoting your services unless your business is network cabling and then it
    should probably be listed as wired/wireless, which would encompass all
    types.

    : http://www.blacknightcomputers.co.uk
    : http://www.blacknightbroadband.co.uk

    Isn't blacknight redundant? (O:= Perhaps you were going for blackknight?

    : here is my email address:
    :
    :

    Thanks. Added you to my SPAM list. (O;= Why is there no
    or ?

    : if anyone needs help with networking then please feel free to email me.

    I never feel free but I am discounted over 40 hours. Actually, I do need
    help with my MLM networking project. I'll be sending you repeated emails to
    get you signed up. (O:=

    : From
    : Phillip Cooper CCNA MCE MCP

    MCE? Is that MCNE or MCSE?

    : General Networking Guru

    General Understanding Relatively Useless
    How can one be a guru about general networking or is Networking your first
    name? Are you related to General Error? If so, would you please tell him
    to stay out of my computer?

    : ---
    : Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.

    Certified != guaranteed.

    : Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).

    Anti-Virus Guru?

    : Version: 6.0.690 / Virus Database: 451 - Release Date: 22/05/2004

    In the states we don't have any months greater than 12. Which month is 22?
    (O;=

    : ---
    : Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
    : Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
    : Version: 6.0.672 / Virus Database: 434 - Release Date: 29/04/2004

    What is the point of running two different versions of this?

    Some days are worth waking up for...
     
    Roland Hall, Jun 1, 2004
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    Eric Guest

    Hi! My name is Eric and I am a networking novice. This
    thread made me laugh so hard I almost peed!

    If ever I become a "Guru", I'll feel compelled to return
    here often and help others in the same fashion I have been
    helped here.

    My thanks go out to all the regular posters here who help
    debutants like me and don't charge a dime.
     
    Eric, Jun 1, 2004
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  10. Don't do that unless your desk chair is vinyl.
    Ok, but just avoid that sitting cross-legged stuff if your legs go numb.
     
    Phillip Windell, Jun 1, 2004
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    Dave Guest

    The Networking Gimp, tis a good one!
     
    Dave, Jun 1, 2004
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    Roland Hall Guest

    in message : Hi! My name is Eric and I am a networking novice. This
    : thread made me laugh so hard I almost peed!

    As this sentence had the same effect on me. (O:=

    : If ever I become a "Guru", I'll feel compelled to return
    : here often and help others in the same fashion I have been
    : helped here.

    I can't speak for the others but this is as much of a learning experience
    for me as those I try to offer assistance to.

    : My thanks go out to all the regular posters here who help
    : debutants like me and don't charge a dime.

    We're running a tab, just like Cheers. One day Norm will have to pay up.
     
    Roland Hall, Jun 2, 2004
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    Roland Hall Guest

    in message
    : : > Hi! My name is Eric and I am a networking novice. This
    : > thread made me laugh so hard I almost peed!
    :
    : Don't do that unless your desk chair is vinyl.

    Still probably not recommended unless you share your chair with someone you
    dislike.

    : > If ever I become a "Guru", I'll feel compelled to return
    : > here often and help others in the same fashion I have been
    : > helped here.
    :
    : Ok, but just avoid that sitting cross-legged stuff if your legs go numb.

    How does one sit that way at a desk?
     
    Roland Hall, Jun 2, 2004
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  14. Good training, good blance, good karma,...it's a "Guru" thing...when you
    "got it" you'll know.
     
    Phillip Windell, Jun 2, 2004
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