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    A Womans Computer Man Oct 27, 2008

    well..i was actually invited back..i have been doing some majorly stuff around the net, on socially responsible work inside social networks..or maybe Yaniv figured out I do know Michael Dell any rate, I am in Euroland till 2 Nov, then India for 10 weeks..doing guess what..teaching American sLanguage to call center and online support professionals..

    i am glad that alex is out of the loop, but it appears he is still around

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    A Womans Computer Man Oct 27, 2008

    well....the taunting was gentle..the hammer was at hand..and no one took the bait. I am convinced that Yaniv has a bigger agenda here, namely the adsense robot. He most likely will keep the few experts on a leash, make it so tons of folks come in looking for a cheap answer, and spin that googlebot ad gig.

  • A Womans Computer Man
    A Womans Computer Man Oct 28, 2008 is not that..when a person has an electronic device, and they get inadequate support(which in my view, is part of the formula here. Do NOT let the experts get too good), then americans mostly, revert to buying it new. That is the play here. To tap into that but a new one mentality.



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Oh, in that you are now Solution number one? Frankly, that response from me was a bit tongue in cheek. I emailed the link to Lauren and asked her to look the question over as its a pretty grey area of help.

I wanted the people to work it out, actually. Lauren said she didn't see any thing wrong with it although it was rather unusual. I'm not quoting her, that's my best recollection.

Why do people like this come to a place like this. It remains unanswered so perhaps they did find a neighborly solution.

If you get the money, well these things sort of work themselves out as witness by the payment I received for echoing Ginkos solution for the guy who was rather rude to us all.


Glad to see you back by the way. Always wondered if you would return. I knew your handle now and your voice sounded familiar, I just couldn't place it. We had another return, this one a real 'nut case', had to call him out in the forum to get him to go away.

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    Glenn Rogers Oct 27, 2008

    That's decent news about Yanev opening the door for you or asking for you; whichever. You know you have certain cohorts who are with you on your rights to generate dialog/discussion and bring forth new ideas. Me, I'm only on here when I have the time lately. I was diagnosed with some arthritis in my lower back they won't fix right now, so my time at the keyboard is precious to me and I use it sparingly, but judiciously. So if I'm not chiming in with you on some things don't think I'm not behind you on new ideas. I'm probably otherwise occupied. What we've still tossed around since late last Spring is how to test an experts knowledge correctly and online. The way I feel about paper credentials is rather jaded. Anyone with a few thousand dollars and a few weekends can get a paper certificate on anything they want. Does that mean they are good? No. I've had to work with Novell and MS certified network administrators who had more hubs daisy chained then was feasible in the Network topology. And these were hubs that could easily have been switches for the same price. And I've met an A+ certified PC Tech who thought a USB cable should be longer than 15ft and didn't understand impedance and its affect on DC voltage loss on long wire runs. My point is that having paper is no different than making your own Pigskin in Photo shop. Who is going to be the central legal authority for verification? FixYa won't spend the money, as you know, they're understaffed as it is.

    BTW, I asked the new CM to have another 'Get Together Conference" somewhere. She's looking for a gadget guru to be in their booth at the Vegas CE show also if you didn't know. I'm not certain she found one or not.


    On this nut case that's gone under his rock or wherever. You will notice him on his inevitable return by him starting a thread and then overly trying to micromanage the responses This is not like what you wanted to experiment with in credentialing experts (a decent enough idea, just hard to pull off) but this guy talks to himself inside his own threads and if you 'interrupt him' he gets really pissed off.

    Anyway, the teaching of English to Help Centers must have been a real tar trap. I hear from my clients who own a new Dell for example (and don't realize, until later, a tech can work on the PC without voiding a warranty-should the tech know what they're doing) that its the heavy accents they have the most trouble with.

    Looked at your challenge of another idiot on the board as an expert, and how you taunted him relentlessly. That's what I did wit the other idiots I recognize are back on another name. I just ask them to disclose what other board names they've used before. The normal person will state: "What otehr names?" But, the socially unacceptable will not acknowledge the question at all.

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    Glenn Rogers Oct 27, 2008

    I was wondering how many Experts clicked through to by Bunn coffee filters, that appear regularly on the Unanswered questions page.



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