Dear members,

 

We would like to thank you for the feedback sent so far through our survey.

The more opinions we receive more we can improve GarageLab and create a very good place to talk about making, hacking and technology.

Your opinion will certainly help us!

 

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I can only speak for my self but I fine Garagelab up-lifting and inspirering. I'm pretty isolated in my interests but I'm not moving to S. Valley. Some times a Nerd like my-self needs to talk to some one who knows some thing. Hacking, I fine depressing and up-setting. I think GarageLab is a great name. I'm old school but I love this site. You know I'm going to view and pick every bit of info I can that could help me with my work. Tech. info is much harder to fine these days. The next big city library over doesnt have one basic electronic book. And ours has a few. I don't know whats a kid to do to-day if they have this for an interest. My first PC was three years ago. And that was to buy books and even they were not as good as what was once around. Oh how I wish that I keeped some old books of mine. We are being out-cast. Garagelab is good. I hope your servers are up to it.

Shannon,

Thank you very much for the feedback. I hope we can improve GL everyday.

All opinions and suggestions are very welcome to help us on that.

Thank you!!

Ya, Marcelo

 I'd like to see others GL shop too. After all (MS) started that way. I all-so wonder how many books people have. I'm hopeing many more than I. I have about 50 Analog books and love the old ones. I even put stickers in side showing ;This book belongs to the library of Shann. Electronics (a name vendors kept coining me) Marks are Shann. Ind.  So I went with it ...

 Who are you ? Do you realize what yo've done here ? You may be-come a slave for life and have little time for your self. GL is still a baby. I think I found it surfing. I do and like the old ways the best. Pen / paper. Catalogs, esp.drawings. I just fine things more easy. Well enough said.

Shannon,

Yes, GL takes all my time. But it is ok, that's my job! :)

Soon we will expand GL, introducing an online store to support the costs, and try to hire more people to write tutorials, test parts and circuits, publish projects, all the info needed for makers improve their projects and ideas. We hope to contribute to the community with information.

Thanks for being part!

 Hi Marceio,

 'For the love of it' was my motto at Shann. I'm not a business person at heart, but I do my best. Are we talking T's with GarageLab.com in big letters on the back too ? Ya, you have a lot on your plate. Like I said ; For the love of it ...  Shannon.

http://www.scientificresearch.comcastbiz.net/

I can't help it Marcelo,

 I think you look a lot like Wil Weaton on 'The Big Bag Theory' TV pro-gram. I think I called you Wil Weaton once.

http://http://www.cbs.com/shows/big_bang_theory/video/1325977715/th...

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