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Hello Everyone in Linux Land!!
I would like to introduce myself to everyone, my name is Shenna Thomas, I live in Norfolk, VA presently. I am originally form Newark, NJ and I stayed in VA to raise my children. I have always thought that Linux was a great idea and I wished I would have taken the time to REALLY learn how to use it. Well there's no better time than the present, I have made a commitment to dedicate my computing skills to being an EXPERT in Linux. I know there are many great minds out there and I would like to join them on getting the message out to the world. I have already begun my journey by showing and telling my sons about Linux. I want to customize a computer for one of my sons so that he and his family can enjoy the Internet and teach their daughter about FOSS. Maybe my granddaughter's generation will really Embrace FOSS and it will become a mainstream operating system and become the Big 3 in the United States!!
I am a new business owner in the Hampton Roads area, my business is H4-Plus, Inc. We presently offer customized computers and electronic systems, assistance in Networks, Managed Services, broadband, and telecommunications. I would like to offer customized Linux operating systems and this is where this forum comes into play. I will be an avid user of these forums and a contributor in the future. Here's to everyone who believes in free and open source software!