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  1. FN-GM's Avatar
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    I must say this site is a valuable resource, I have been here for a 3rd of its lifespan and the feature of edugeek is looking good.
  2. Joanne's Avatar
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    yes I work there now... and that is why I haven't been on the forums for ages!
  3. jinnantonnix's Avatar
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    Should be OK. Thanks. :D
  4. jinnantonnix's Avatar
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    Car passed its MOT! Hooray!
  5. My220x's Avatar
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    Thanks. Only had English and Electronics today. English was fine but my Electronics teacher is going to kill me when he marks the test and finds out how many questions I have answered.
  6. EduTech's Avatar
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    I have a manual if you want it?

    Blogs for Noobs =]

    James
  7. ZeroHour's Avatar
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    Its simple
  8. browolf's Avatar
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    not a huge lot u can do about it at that stage just endure it.I think I had a trim about 15 months ago....now its grown to about 50cm!
  9. Domino's Avatar
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    fun? at work?

    I'll have you know this a serious business, and we're all consumate professionals.

    ...almost

    Good luck!
  10. jinnantonnix's Avatar
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    Ah ah! I see...
  11. ZeroHour's Avatar
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    Good luck
  12. SYNACK's Avatar
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    I had to look up what a tabard was not a word that gets used in NZ.

    I would guess that you would need to create a second batch of engineers nano scale people to create the garments. They could weave them out of carbon nano tubes which should make them hard wearing but I have no idea how comfortable they would be to wear though. Might be a bit scratchy
  13. Domino's Avatar
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    a swarm of nano-roombas would be a sight to behold though.

    Either that or genetically engineered nano-cleaning ladies.

    ...but how to we make the tiny tabards..?
  14. SYNACK's Avatar
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    I like the way you think, nano-roombas could be a very effective solution. I think that sealed circuit liquid cooling will become more common in the future as well which should cut down on some of the dust issues.
  15. Domino's Avatar
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    until, of course, we get nano-sized roombas....
  16. Edu-IT's Avatar
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    Woo! Happy Birthday EduGeek.
  17. amyr's Avatar
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    lol no chance - discovered my flatmate had unplugged the wii to plug the playstation in and the plug was down the back of the telly and would have involved bending which is a big no no at the mo, so i couldn't play trauma center and i was getting sooo good at sewing people up as well
  18. Domino's Avatar
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    maybe enough trauma centre action will teach you to fix your own back!


    ...or not
  19. localzuk's Avatar
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    He's 16 and doing A-Levels? How'd he manage that?
  20. blackcat's Avatar
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    Oh dear, he's 16. Never thought of that.