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bio website playerboss.com
location Las Vegas, NV
age 49
visits member for 3 years, 2 months
seen Jul 14 at 10:29

I use Stack Overflow quite a bit to research questions and to ask a few as well. I also visit some of the other Stack Exchange Q&A sites, like English Language and Usage, Webmasters, Graphic Design, Wordpress, Skeptics, Ask Ubuntu, and Fitness and Nutrition.

My programming ventures began way back during the days of BBS's, and eventually evolved into website development. For the most part I use PHP, the old-school way, but I am trying to grasp JQuery, OOP, MVC and the Yii Framework more recently.

I would like to think my programming is just a hobby, but if you measure a hobby by the time spent doing it, then this must be more than a hobby! I enjoy the challenges of programming. and it keeps my mind occupied. I am always eager to learn and will answer a few questions too, but I am definitely more of a student than a teacher!


Jun
18
asked Is it more correct to say “repeat”, or “resay”?
Jun
16
awarded  Scholar
Jun
16
awarded  Supporter
Jun
16
accepted What is the origin of the term “Couch Potato”?
Jun
10
asked What is the origin of the term “Couch Potato”?
May
30
comment “Question and Answers” equivalent when it's not a question
You're on the right track, but I am thinking theory and speculation are a bit non-factual for the purpose I need it for.
May
30
comment “Question and Answers” equivalent when it's not a question
Yeah, "X and Y" are preferred, and yes, it is discussion, but different types of discussion. Point/counterpoint works well to describe some types of discussion, but not as a generic way to describe all, like someone presenting an idea, and others responding to the idea.
May
30
comment “Question and Answers” equivalent when it's not a question
It's for a website I am developing for a client. There are several areas on the website and the client wants one phrase to generically handle all of the discussion possibilities. "Opinions and Responses" don't apply to someone posting an idea, nor does "Viewpoints and Reactions". Just looking for a happy medium that accurately but generically describes several types of discussion possibilities.
May
30
awarded  Student
May
30
asked “Question and Answers” equivalent when it's not a question