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Wishing a Happy & Safe 2008 to the Community

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Posted 17 years ago | Community | Chris Tilley 5 comments

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As the clock continues to roll into 2008 unabated across the world, we would like to extend the wish for a happy and safe New Years Eve to community and wish you all a successful, prosperous and above all memorable 2008.

We hope that the year ahead will bring you lots of Handheld PC related happiness and look forward to seeing you all back on the site in the New Year.

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Posted on 31 December 2007 at 13:45By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 31 December 2007 2:27:37 PM
Happy New Year everyone, have fun tonight and I'm sure that I shall see you all bright and early in the morning.

ha ha ha ha.
PhotoAngleMemory's Avatar PhotoAngleMemory 31 December 2007 2:35:06 PM
Happy 2008. Hopefully it won't be as awful as 2007.

Kidding. Have fun, everyone. =)
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 01 January 2008 10:57:10 AM
Here I was thinking that you weren't goint to wish us all a happy new year, yet here you are. ^_-
CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 31 December 2007 5:35:05 PM
2007 had its good and bad moments. Let's hope 2008 only has the former.

H/PC New Year, everyone!
clintonfitchdotcom's Avatar clintonfitchdotcom 01 January 2008 1:55:31 PM
Happy 2008 to everyone.

Thanks to all of you who make HPC:Factor so great. As most of you are well aware, C:Amie is the real brains behind this operations and all the kudos on how things look and feel should go to him. But it is all of you who make the site really "tick" with your comments, suggestions, discussions in the forums and emails. Thanks for making 2007 such a successful year for Factor and we very much look forward to 2008.
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