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Well, there are really two reasons that I selected lo_tech.

In no particular order:

  • I picked up the name from the book Johnny Mnemonic by author William Gibson. While I've enjoyed Gibson's books, I do not recommend the movie. It's one of those things that was better left in print, or at least out of Hollywood.
  • I wanted a nick that preserved my anonymity. Not paranoid, since they are out to get me.

    lo_tech

    Well, that's my $.02. No, for refunds you'll have to contact customer service department.


    In reply to Re: Name Space by lo_tech
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