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    Did you have a reputation in school, good or bad?


    Did you have a reputation in school to do with computers, if it was good or bad?

    I was known to the teaches as the one they always watched because i made the network admin look like an arse, hehe

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    is yes = good and no = bad. i think that should be changed to good bad or i wasnt into computers i will vote as soon as i know which is which. but i dont know if mine rep with computers was good or bad mostly good i think cause i help alot of idiots out when they needed help with **** in any computer classes. i remember one class where i helped out and was getting asked to help so much is was like the teacher wasnt even in the room. and i wasnt getting any of my **** done so that kind of sucked but then when i was working on my work that i had to finish and then to work on my final for the class the instructor told me i didnt have to finish everything because i had helped out others so much that i must know what i was doing so he jst took what i had done and gave me a grade on that instead. (i think my dad had talked to the teacher about the idea that i had helped out everyone in the class because the teacher hated me.) i was a smart ass in one of his other class i had with him but thats a whole other story
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    I went yes means: reputation == TRUE; no means: reputation == FALSE;
    So, no. I mean, the most noteworthy accomplishment I've had is cleaning a managers reg keys in windows, via step by step from symantec.

    So, that's a really big `no' for me.

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    After doing several speeches and always talking about computers, noone really looks down upon me...rather, come to me for their computer questions. My #1 answer is FATAL ERROR: GET LINUX .
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    Back in HS I was known as the kid who would always get past all the blocks that were put into place on the internet or email. I was only known within my group of friends however since I wasn't a very popular person among the student body.

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    in my classes i found how to turn on the internet, and how to get past the internet blocks to the games

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    At Tech Uni we were constantly busy creating and upgrading BBSes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darl
    I went yes means: reputation == TRUE; no means: reputation == FALSE;
    This what i mean by the question options

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    Some people.. for whatever reason call me the 'bitmaster', so I guess I have kinda geeky reputation in school.

    I've always been interested in computers, from 1'st grade (win 3.1 times) to now

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    My reputation is kinda mixed. Within the student body i have a good one, i always know how to fix their problem but the admin and sutch think differently. I got 2 detentions a few weeks ago because i was involved in sending a pop up message to every puter in the district but the other people involved got a slag on the wrists. my best trick was when we had 98 and i could merge a homeade REG file then make explorer crash/ restart and WOW, ive got admin privliges on that puter! Now we-ve got XP and its alot harder
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