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Interests & Occupation

Discussion in 'Recording' started by NewMedia, May 16, 2006.

  1. NewMedia

    NewMedia Active Member

    This is an open question about how to register details once you become a login member for this forum, which I've done.

    What I don't understand is that the profiles of some users appear to show Interests and Occupation when you click on the users Profile button, but, for the life of me I can't find either of these two fields in my profile to enter my information.

    Where in the world can I add my Interests and Occupation information?

    TIA, John

    p.s. ...sorry for such a lame question <g>.

    p.p.s. ....and just for kicks check this obviously staged (note the UNmarked police car prop and the generic cop drag, lol):
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Well-Known Member

    John I am sorry to tell you this but you cannot list any of your interests or occupation because we are not interested in your occupation??

    Looking interested over nothing
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  3. NewMedia

    NewMedia Active Member

    When I set up my profile, I don't see anywhere to list these fields. Was this an older feature that is now gone?

    Not occupied but interested ;-)

    Cheers, John

    p.s. used to ride motocross and loved it.
  4. NewMedia

    NewMedia Active Member

    Ah, NEVERMIND, I am an idiot.

    I found the fields on the profile config page here:


    Our cats and dogs:
  5. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Well-Known Member

    John, are snowandJesse some kind of new high-resolution recording system?? Do they run on some kind of new biofuel?? I imagine it must be difficult to try and retrieve old files? Rather messy I would think? Smelly too. What is the signal-to-noise ratio like??

    I loved all of your linked pictures!
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  6. NewMedia

    NewMedia Active Member

    Yes, SnowAndJessee are the latest in bioengineering to hit the scene. Each animal has an on-board mixer and equilizer to compensate for any special frequencies that are not normally heard by the human ear. These are still just the prototypes, but soon to be released in various breeds to your liking!

    Actually the spec normally used is referred to the "bark-to-bite" coeficient and "peak-bark db".

    We have 6 cats and 2 dogs. If we don't get into bed by bedtime, there's no room left for us humans as all the animals have staked out their locations on the bed already. Makes for interesting logistics ;-)

    Cheers, John

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