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    Take from Stephen's post of the same name in the old "who are you" topic on This Is... board at the support forum.
    Quote:Welcome to our Introduction forum! Unlike most introduction forums, 'This is...' is more than just an introduction. It's a place to tell us just who you are. Among the internet, there are millions of faceless, nameless people. This is your chance to tell us just who you are and to meet others who share your interests. Whether you are a new board owner or someone who has been with us since the beginning, this forum is a place for you to introduce yourself to everyone on Zathyus Networks Support.

    With the popular use of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, many of you have shown a desire to get to know people better. And we too would like to better know our customers. This forum will contain several events designed to better connect this community. Since 2002, our customers have come and gone and it is always a treat for staff to see old users return to check in and catch up. There is a wealth of history on this board and through this forum, we intend to share it with you.

    To help you get started, our staff have made topics introducing themselves. Feel free to model those topics when making your own. Please consider that topic to be yours. You can use it to tell us as much or as little about yourself as you like, within the limits of the board rules.

    Below are the guidelines when posting a topic, please read them thoroughly. Topics that break these guidelines may be edited or removed at the discretion of the staff.
    • 'This is...' adheres to the rules and terms found in the Board Rules, the Terms of Use and the Terms of Service. Any content that violates any of these items, will be removed.
    • Users are encouraged to share their board link (in their topic only) and tell us of any events happening on their board - within reason. We ask that users who hold frequent events (such as weekly or daily events) limit their posts to once every 2 weeks. This is to prevent bumping and spam.
    • Users are asked to keep one topic only for themselves. Multiple topics will be combined.
    • Users are asked to be courteous and respectful to all members. Anyone who misbehaves should be reported via the Report button.

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