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    Suggestions for the US area of EduGeek?

    Please post any forum suggestions here and we can see what we can do to accomodate your needs.

    Welcome to the US specific area of EduGeek.

    Post a thread with your area in the title and see who is near by

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    New US Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Just wanted to say Hi to all the Edugeekers from wonderful New York, NY. Been lurking here for awhile and can see the fantastic work everyone has done.

    John

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    Welcome, no need to lurk, we don't bite.

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    Thanks for posting and welcome to EduGeek, if you have any thoughts about the site feel free to PM me.

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    Happy Friday

    I noticed all of the posts are from "across the pond" - I have happened upon this site before for a couple things.

    I am in a 23 school district with OS X open directory in the elementary and middle school, XP / 2003 Server in the high schools and administrative. 6,000 nodes.

    As far as suggestions looks great the way it is.

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