danon1337

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18 And Ive Been Working On Computers Since I Was 10.

My First Computer Was Windows 95. I'm Not Picky Between AMD and Intel Because I Have Both. I Use Both Windows And Linux.

I Am Currently Running

Windows 7 x64 And x86

Backtrack 5 R2 x64 And x86

My Goal In Life Is To Be A Computer Specialist Which Deals With Everything With Technology. I.T/Computer And Network Security/ Development And Programming/Computer Repair/Tech Support.

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Using unnecessary font formatting (i.e., bold font, increased font sizes, colored fonts, etc.) on the full body of posts is also discouraged.

:hello:

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Oh okay. Sorry. If Anyone wants to know more about me or wants to add me on facebook just PM me

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My Goal In Life Is To Be A Computer Specialist Which Deals With Everything With Technology. I.T/Computer And Network Security/ Development And Programming/Computer Repair/Tech Support.

I Have Many More Goals Than You Have, Among Them, Ranked Like 287th :rolleyes: , To Show People How CAPITALIZING The First Letter Of Each Word Looks Silly And Disturbs The Reading. :whistle:

English is a very "plain" language, there are only a few words that should be Capitalized:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capitalization

all the others should be not.

To become (hopefully) an employed computer/network security expert, you may want to to start taking good writing habits, it's a little thing, but I know many people (myself included) that won't even consider someone that produces a Capitalized text. let alone hire a free-lance with the same writing approach.

But Welcome Anyway On MSFN ;).

jaclaz

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It could be worse... at a previous company I noticed our RMA forms printed out with each word with the first letter capitalised. Somehow no one noticed it before. The web developer took a look and said it would take too much work to fix.

:blink:

Horrible!

Evidently the culprit code was at least 6 years old...

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