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Who, Me?

I am a .NET C# developer, I started out as a mainframe COBOL programmer back in 1987. Transitioned to VB6 in 2000, .NET when Visual Studio 1.0 was in Beta2.

We started a publishing company in order to publish two books about family members' experiences in and after World War II in Germany (and the Soviet Union). Check it out: Prospect Avenue Books.

Twitter: @Cyberherbalist

Blogs: see my website

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My workstation thinks this .ps file you link to is a PaintShopPro image. Is it? Seems unlikely.
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Heh. And what's wrong with GRC, exactly? :-)
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