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RE: SERVER ISSUE: FORUM LOST ONE DAY's POSTS... please read.
(07-07-2012 09:50 AM)mjbearit Wrote:  Liz, having spent the past 30 years in IT I can tell you that is another "male dominated sport". We need more women in the field there as well. I have been lucky enough to work with a few women over the years who were highly technical and without exception every one of them actually WAS highly technical. The men...well I'd say a good 30% or more only thought they were highly technical! Smile

Well, in his defense, he did teach me about computers to begin with but I had more time to spend since he was working full time and not in the IT field.

We need more women in the IT field...in any science/math field.

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07-07-2012 10:03 AM
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RE: SERVER ISSUE: FORUM LOST ONE DAY's POSTS... please read.
(07-07-2012 10:02 AM)archangle Wrote:  Darn, and I had posted the perfect, free, infallible, permanent, and painless solution for apnea without CPAP.

I'll have to see if I can find my notes.

Well, poop... I knew there would be long-term and important ramifications of this lousy server issue... Crying-into-tissue

I bet you lost your handwritten notes also, right Arch? Bigwink

Oh well, the world will just have to wait until you find them, I guess.

I'll be sitting here in my bedroom air conditioning drinking some java anxiously awaiting the re-posting of this stupendous discovery. Coffee

Too-funny

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07-07-2012 02:56 PM
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Post: #33
RE: SERVER ISSUE: FORUM LOST ONE DAY's POSTS... please read.
Corrective Action to ensure this issue NEVER happens again. Too-funny

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07-07-2012 03:00 PM
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Folgers in your pup... he he.... Too-funny

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