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 i skipped back and forth
Author: squirrl 
Date:   23-01-03 22:20

I started using BSD back in 97'. Best resource is the search engine and /usr/share/doc the book.txt is good.
Also noticed the guru's in the FreeBSD channels are easing up. They seem to answer more questions than they did.

I can completly agree on the subject of a task being easy after you learned it. Professor back in high school mentioned that once about professors in college. Same applies to intellectuals in the community. Yet alot has changed since 1997. There is a wealth of information on the; that is, examples. I learn faster through seeing a well documented example. Thank goodness for Google.com and places like this.

Tutorials are great ideas...

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