See! We're helping already
Another female. Another non-geek. You are going to be overrun (albeit very, very slowly...)
I'm a parent governor at a Special school. We have no geek. We are geekless.
We manage (from what I can tell) by putting up with some truly rubbish software, because it is all via a single supplier so no arguments about who supports what thing, and by never updating *anything* if we can possibly help it.
We're about to update a pile of stuff.
I am off now to go look at profile settings and see how to put something along the lines of "I am not a geek, please be nice to me" at the bottom of all my posts... There may be a few of them.
Yay, I'm not alone! I've changed my signature too (I think we may be the minority, but I'm sure going to try to join in!)
Ali-Edge (21st January 2014)
Just signed up today. I'm an Exams Officer at a school. They keep me in a cupboard and feed me puzzles to solve, with data on Sims, on a regular basis to keep me quiet. Sometimes I need a pointer or two.
Am I a Geek? I admit to having a bit of coding experiance, in a past life. For those old enough to remember, object code patches for ICL ME29 machines and have used a machine running George 3.
Maybe a bit Geeky!
Hi, 1st para: understood, 2nd para: lost me (yes, a higher geeky level than me!)
I have been signed up for a while and creeping around the forums but only just got around to posting here. I am a ICT Network Administrator in a 2 form entry primary school down in rainy Cornwall. Already found mainy useful forums on here and hoping I might be able to help people back.
My name is Alex, Im a newbie but love talking tech,
I'm Essex, but not orange
I'm pleased to be here and I look forward to talking to you all soon.
Hi Alex, another non-orange Essex person! See? We're not all walking Wotsits! What school are you at, and what's your role?
Hello I'm Glory (think the Buffy the Vampire Slayer hell goddess). I was an IT teacher, I'm now doing my MSc in Advanced Computing at the University of Kent. I aspire to all things geekage and intend (eventually) to head back to the classroom in some form or other. Possibly not to kiddies, possibly not full time, possibly not as a "teacher". But I miss doing the teaching.
And it turns out I went to Uni with someone who worked with ZeroHour. Who I met yesterday at BETT.
Hello and welcome to a fellow Kentish Geek (or is that Geek of Kent?)
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