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post Jun 25 2005, 10:44 AM
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I see there isn't a user group slot for Alaska. So this effort is to remedy the situation smile.gif
Alaska is so big that it sort-of demands it's own corner in this forum. Like Australia,
if you look at a world map, you just can't help but notice it is there:)
I may be the only person in Alaska using a Sl6000. But I can't believe that smile.gif
I think there must be a few others out there too. So here is where we can meet.

I live in Nome, a small town 130 mile south of the arctic circle, near the area where Alaska and Siberia are almost joined. I have been using my SL6000W for almost a year and it has replaced my G3 iBook as the electronic traveling companion of choice.

I see there hasn't been much activity here in this corner of the ZUG, and I have been a bit of a stranger here myself lately. But maybe things will pick up smile.gif

Scotty Nome Alaska,, http://mypdasite.com
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post Jun 26 2005, 11:02 AM
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I'd be one of the 5500's adf mentioned.

And thanks for the wifi tip nomeite, Im flying out in 2 days and have a 3 hour layover in Seattle on the way back. At least I can check my email now.

Good to see there are more than just 3 people up here working on these.

I've been kinda absent from the Zaurus scene for a couple months, but I did a lot of script working for OpenZaurus apps.
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