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Hello from Austin Texas

Discussion in 'New Members Say Hello' started by Flash69, Oct 1, 2010.

  1. Flash69

    Flash69 New Elf

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    Hello everyone!

    My name is Marty and I am in Austin, Texas.

    For the last 2 years I have had a small display. I have 2 Ren 64s using a total of 90 channels. Last year I was over 11,300 lights.

    My web site is www.austinchristmas.org.

    I have been trying to stay with traditional christmas colors; red, green and white/clear. This was easy with minis and C9s, however RGBs might force me to change my thinking.

    I have been following the RGB side for a little while now however I have not jumped in yet. I am hear to learn more and most likely jump in.

    A quick background on myself. I am an ESX, Windows and Linux server engineer for a fortune 30 company. My technology background makes doing a Christmas light display very easy for me.

    I have already learned a lot just by joining the chat. For anyone new I highly suggest it as the other members are great at answering and helping.
     
  2. mrpackethead

    mrpackethead Full Time Elf

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    Hi Marty, nice to see you about.. Make sure you tell everyone else about the website, and get them to join up!
     
  3. fasteddy

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    Welcome to the forums, nice use of colour in your display, looks like your ready to jump into RGB
     

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