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Posted on 13-02-09 03:58
Well I never posted an official introduction here so I figured I would go ahead. Anyways, I'm yours31f. No my name didn't come from 1337 5p34k. It's actually from Halo. Yes, the first one. The name originally was yourself, but once Halo 2 came out, I wanted to play online. Of course, the name was taken, so i tried to add number instead of letters. , back before I knew anything about computers. Then I became accustomed to it and have used it since.

In more detail I have A.D.D., so to keep my mind busy, I try to learn constantly. That is why I learned French and Spanish. Spanish, I learned because I was going to have to learn for school so I started in the seventh grade. I learned French instead of anything else because when I was playing live, I had alot people on my friends list that spoke it, and would make tactical decisions right in front of me. Now, I do the same to others, and you have no idea how much it comes in handy. As far as the near future, I'm looking into either German or Dutch. Not sure yet, just which ever comes in handy more.

When I found a link to HBH from HTS, I instantly was stuck here. I liked the atmosphere, and I knew a few people from around. I got to know a few people, and some were nicer than others. At some point in time, I got tired of getting flamed constantly, and almost left. Then I met a member by the name of fallingmidget. She talked to me and made me realize what was actually happening. That flames are, in fact, a good thing. They teach you that you did something to upset the system that has been set and used by so many before. I believe flames are a good way to teach people, but some find this to be a challenge more than a lesson. Now, I don't get angry, upset, or disrupted by them. I take the flame, read it until I find the hidden message buring deep within the hellish fire, and learn from it.

When I first heard the word hacker, I saw it as a title. I wanted to be cool, smart, or just noticed. As you can tell, I was not too popular in those days. So, I started learning. Day and night, I stayed up, reading anything and everything. Asking questions any time I had one. I still to this day like to learn, and now realize that hacking is so much more than a cool title. It's more than a philosophy, as Mr_Cheese put it. It's more than knowing exploits. It's a way of thinking. Not that you can hack something, but how else can I hack this. How can I get passed this to make it stronger, more secure, and better at its job.

In the past I wanted to learn as much as possible in as many areas as possible. Then I read a quote that changed that completely. "You can be fair in everything, or great at something". That made me realize, why just know the basics of everything? Why not just learn one thing and be good at it. So I decided to go with what I enjoy doing most. It has changed so I am alright in a few areas but, I still have time to specify in one area. I have experience in programming a few languages, such as C++, HTML (like everyone else), PHP, CSS, Java, BrainFuck and some of a few others. I liked cryptography most so far , though. It just has so many ways you can do it, and you can almost make it into a game by trying to beat the newest and hardest of them all.

The reason computers are so great, is because there is no limit to what you can learn, do, or find with them. If you find that you don't like the topic, move on. How can you not be interested in something that has everything, well almost.

Well that's me in a nutshell. If you would like to know anything else about me, feel free to ask. I am always checking my IM, e-mails, and messages here. I have done most of the challenges here, no where near all, but if you have a question pertaining to a challenge, feel free to ask, and I will help to the best of my ability. take it from me, If you don't do the best you can, why do it at all?


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Edited by yours31f on 13-02-09 12:06
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Posted on 13-02-09 04:23
Welcome. Great Introduction.


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Posted on 13-02-09 11:59
Nice introduction. Keep up the learning. Smile


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Posted on 13-02-09 16:06
nice intro man...


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Posted on 13-02-09 20:26
yours31f wrote:
Well I never posted an official introduction here so I figured I would go ahead.

Heh, better late then never Smile

Welcome, and keep up the learning!


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Posted on 14-02-09 12:40
Well, at least most people know that you're a more mature member and contribute more often to this site, contrary to some user's beliefs.

So another welcome for someone who is already on this site for sometime.


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Posted on 14-02-09 19:37
I liked your intro. It has a humble/refreshing vibe.




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Posted on 15-02-09 04:06
Sodapop Bitches.
Yeah....
Anyway, nice introduction. You've already heard all the 'what to do' speeches so I'll keep this down to a, keep bustin your ass.


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Posted on 15-02-09 07:59
The Title of your intro is tight as fuck. Sounds cool.


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