I'm just gona make this quick cuz I'm in a bad situation right now. Ubuntuforums.org is down right now. I've been on LQ 2 years but only reading. Great site I'll have to keep an update later in still learning but I enjoy learning of Android and Linux. Thanks =)
It's a well-known fact that humans love lists, and the media are generally all too happy to oblige. Recently, however, mixed in among the many "Top 10" lists and "10 Ways to ..." articles out there was one that seemed worthy of attention.
I've had an LG Genesis for a yr and just got a SG tab 2 7.0 a few months ago. This looked like a great resource site...just to keep up with all the changes that take place. I've run into a few snags here and there but usually figure things out. What helps are sites like this where you can try and keep up with things. I look forward to learning more...thanks for the great site..
I'm new to the samsung GS3 its a learning curve from my LG rumour 2 but anyway I love my new smart phone & looking forward to learning as much as I can from this great forum I'm 100 % percent sure I'm to mess up & this site will help me fix things in the future.
I have been a linux user for about 1 1/2 years (currently Arch Linux) and I finally don't have to describe myself as a newbie. I have learned a great deal from this site, and I am very grateful. I started learning Linux when I decided to teach myself some programming, and I am now hooked for life.
I've been in the Linux world for about 3 years. I used to be learning stuff left and right, configuring and tinkering things.
I used to have to reinstall every 2 or 3 weeks because I broke so many things while I was learning.
All of the sudden (within the last month or two) I have just stopped.
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