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I personally, thank you Chris Pirillo for creating a awesome site (Geeks and Lockergnome.net) for us Geeks! who want to share and express are passion about Computer and Internet interest. This site has helped me a lot, and also answering my questions and is professional way by good people in this site. I might not be the first one to thank you, for your hard work and of course giving your own time to make this site even more interesting...thank you once again Chris and God bless you always and forever.

Sincerely, -Franky (Bitlocker)

asked Feb 27 '11 at 02:23

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Franky Juarez

Well, it's for more than just tech questions... ;)

(Feb 27 '11 at 14:09) chris ♦♦ chris's gravatar image

Yeah, you are absolutely right, but the problem is that geeks is dying right now. And since he has changed the looks of geeks, i will not know which of my friend's are online or not.

answered Feb 27 '11 at 02:25

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I really miss Geeks old style look, best look ever!, and you're right dude, you can't see your friends online or not.

(Feb 27 '11 at 02:29) Franky Juarez Franky%20Juarez's gravatar image

i agree because it is not one person that answering questions it is everyone around the world too thumbs up for you work it has being great :D

answered Feb 27 '11 at 03:09

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Yeah Chris has build an awesome community and I have met a lot of awesome people through it. I've also learned a lot from the community which has made me a 'better geek'.

Don't forget that Kat (the community manager) does a lot of work to keep it all together and running smoothly along with the other Lockergnome staff. Without her the Lockergnome community would not be as half as good as it is today.

answered Feb 27 '11 at 14:07

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