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Hallo! I live in the middle of nowhere, in a place called Wendover. The town is 120 miles west from Salt Lake City (SLC), 120 miles East of Elko, Nevada (which also has a WalMart). The problem with living in the middle of nowhere is you have to do a little bit of everything to survive.

I have a Bachelors of Science in Computer Information Systems, however since I graduated in 2002, this got me little work. By circumstance I ended up in the middle of nowhere, and even though I've left a few times, I keep coming back! I work on electronics, computers, and of course make t-shirts, signage, and a few other odds and ends in addition to running a gift shop.
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Finally bit the bullet and started a Myspace account

Posted October 16th, 2008 at 12:03 PM by joeshaul
Well, I've fought it for long enough. I didn't really care for all the hype behind myspace, but I've finally started an account and a page there. I was surprised at how craptastic the designs and configuration were. I figured since everyone (except me) had a MySpace account, it would be quite user friendly. Maybe I'm just growing old! Unsure if I should dual post my blogs or what, since I like the info being available on all mediums.
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Welcome to the internets! They recently upgraded the interface, and I wasn't that enthused with it. Something are better. I wish the log-in screen was more simplistic (like WordPress') with the new adverts and flash stuff, it slows down time.

Are you talking about the designs that it comes with? I customized mine myself.
Posted October 17th, 2008 at 04:26 AM by prometheus prometheus is offline

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Yeah, the designs don't look too god awful, but the problem is the interface is just so bleh. I just figured it was a lot more user friendly and customizable, something similar to the online t-shirt designers everyone wants on their website, where you can just click and change all kinds of settings for each section and what not. From one standpoint, I'm glad to see it wasn't as good as I thought, otherwise I may have been missing out all this time
Posted October 21st, 2008 at 09:37 AM by joeshaul joeshaul is offline
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