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Warning Comment on my progress:

As part of my efforts to become a fully efficient editor that is an asset to this community, I would like to extend the invitation to you, my fellow editor to comment on my progress as an editor at my editor review. Thank you for taking the time to read this message. Regards, MyNameIsNotBob

Hi! My name is Adrian, I come from NSW, Australia.

For details on contributions see User:MyNameIsNotBob/Contributions [1]

My Computer[edit]

I own a Sony Vaio PCG-K64. It has a Celeron 2.8GHz processor with 512MB of RAM. It is my own private computer although it is occasionly borrowed by family members for high-processor intensive work. I bought it primarily because it featured excellent multimedia support. I would now buy a bottom-line Powerbook.

I currently dual-boot Windows XP and Linux, specifically Ubuntu (v5.04). I use Ubuntu because it is user-friendly and runs my wi-fi PCMCIA card from D-Link out of the box.

    • Comment by Dylan1166: Your computer sounds awesome. I want to run a Linux computer but I just can't get one set up correctly!**

Other temp pages: User:MyNameIsNotBob/physicshistory


Wow! My user page has now been vandalised 9 times!

This was my 1000th edit >> [2] (updating the above count)

Current Projects[edit]

My First barnstar[edit]

A Barnstar!
The Working Man's Barnstar

Your toil and hard work on improving the 2006 FIFA World Cup controversies article is worthy of this barnstar - the ability to put aside your patriotic bias (Go the Socceroos :D) and construct a NPOV recount is a credit to you. Keep it up! --Killfest2 08:07, 7 July 2006 (UTC)
WC2006 Logo.JPG This user contributed to the 2006 FIFA World Cup Controversies article, promoting NPOV recounting.

External Links[edit]

If you feel so inclined visit my friend Woldo's gallery at DeviantArt

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