[kwlug-disc] OT: Looking for a laptop technician

unsolicited unsolicited at swiz.ca
Wed May 23 17:00:58 EDT 2012


* +1 *

I've long heard of Notebook Galaxy, but never had any particular sense 
of them.

I'm very glad to have heard your story to tuck away in the back of my 
mind should I need such service.

Such vendor naming is no different than any other 'where can I find 
locally' list queries. Always useful, always pertinent, and certainly 
not off topic. Certainly no different than the VoIP and other new 
technology learning curves many (we all?) struggle with.

It is 'K-W' 'Linux', and it is not an exclusive and, between them. Just 
a local community trying to stumble through our technical lives, leaning 
upon each other along the way.

( ++1 for Bob's 'always amusing' postscripts. )

[AFAIK Bob is entirely disassociated. With Adobe, at least.]

On 5/23/2012 1:01 PM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
> No, don't be embarrassed. That's the idea behind a mailing list, sharing
> knowledge. Knowing about a reputable laptop repair shop is good for
> everybody on the list, as well as the guys[*] who run the shop.
>
> I'm not sure if there's any official policy about advertising on this
> list, but if a vendor or retailer answers a question with "Our product
> can do that" then that's entirely appropriate for the list.
>
> --Bob, who doesn't manage the list, so his opinions are his alone
>
> [*] is there a neutral noun to encompass the entire gender spectrum?
>
>
>
> On 12-05-23 12:46 PM, Tudor Holton wrote:
>> Oooops. Sorry. I didn't hit reply all, but it sent it to the list
>> instead of to Bob directly. *embarrassed*
>>
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